Austria




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Capital:

Viena

Places to visit:

Vienna Prater

This is the oldest amusement park in the world and is situated in a large public park in the centre of Vienna. It houses over 250 rides, including the Riesenrad, which is a Ferris wheel. Originally a royal hunting park, it was opened by the Emperor Jozef II to the public in 1766.
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Hundertwasser house:

This is an apartment and office building designed by the Austrian artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser. Unique features include uneven floors, a grass top roof and large trees growing from inside rooms

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Salzburg:

Salzburg is one of the most characteristics cities in Austria mainly because the famous composer Mozart (1756 -1791) was born here. Some important monuments are:

Gardens in Mirabell palace
Gardens in Mirabell palace
Mozart's birthplace and home
Mozart's birthplace and home



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Salzburg cathedral

Viena:

The capital of Austria, has lots of monuments, museums and very interesting places to visit Here you have my favourite things:
Belvedere palace
Belvedere palace
Viener Staatsoper.
Viener Staatsoper.


Food:


Austrians enjoy Wiener Schnitzel (breaded veal cutlet), Tafelspitz (boiled beef served with apple and horseradish sauce) and Apfelstrudel (apple an pastry dessert).

Wiener Schnitzel
Wiener Schnitzel
Tafelspitz
Tafelspitz



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Apfelstrudel

Famous people:

Joseph Hayden
Joseph Hayden
Wolfang Amadeus Mozart.
Wolfang Amadeus Mozart.

Johann Strauss
Johann Strauss



Language:

German.

Money:

Euro