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The center of the busy old town is the Getreidegasse - a narrow pedestrian street with traditional and antique shops. In Mozart's birth house there are exhibitions on the composer's childhood. The DomQuartier houses the 17th century Salzburg Cathedral with dome and the Baroque residence with works of art by Rembrandt and Rubens. The Hohensalzburg Fortress with several museums and a view of the city can be reached via a steep footpath or with a funicular.

Tags:   Salzburg Travel Tourismus Culture History Domplatz Hotel-Sacher Mozart Getreidegasse Baroque DomQuartier-houses Salzburg-Cathedral Works-of-art Rembrandt Rubens The-Hohensalzburg-Fortress

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Tags:   Hallstatt Market-Town Salzkammergut Oberösterreich Upper-Austria Dachstein UNESCO-World-Heritage-Site Hallstatt-Dachstein/Salzkammergut Travel Tourismus Culture History Bad-Ischl Tagesgäste Urlauber

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Hallstatt is a market town with 754 inhabitants (as of January 1, 2019) in the Salzkammergut in the state of Upper Austria in Austria and is located on Lake Hallstatt. Together with the Dachstein and the Inner Salzkammergut, it belongs to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Hallstatt-Dachstein / Salzkammergut. After finds in an extensive burial ground above the village, a period of the older Iron Age (800 to 450 BC) is referred to as the Hallstatt period. The municipality is located in the judicial district of Bad Ischl (Wikipedia).

Tags:   Hallstatt Market-Town Salzkammergut Oberösterreich Upper-Austria Dachstein UNESCO-World-Heritage-Site Hallstatt-Dachstein/Salzkammergut Travel Tourismus Culture History Bad-Ischl Tagesgäste Urlauber

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Trekroner (Danish: "Three Crowns") is an artificial island in front of the port of the Danish capital Copenhagen in Øresund. It was one of the defenses of the city harbor and the city itself. Originally the island was about 200 meters north of the current position, where in 1713 three old battleships were sunk as the base of the island. One of them was called Tre Kroner, from where the island got its name.

Work on the site at the current location began in 1787. The fort built there played a major role in the naval battle of Copenhagen in 1801 and the British attack on Copenhagen in 1807. After the fort was expanded in the 19th century, it lost at the beginning of the 20th century in military importance and was abandoned in 1932.

In 1934 the fort was sold to the Copenhagen Harbor Authority and became a destination. During the German occupation of Denmark in World War II, it served as a barracks for German troops. It was then empty until it was opened to the public again in 1984.(Wikipedia).

Tags:   Fokussiert Kopenhagen Island Tretroner Danish-Capital Tre-Kroner City-Harbor Travel Tourisnus History British-attack-on-Copenhagen Naval-battle

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The Stockholm archipelago (Swedish Stockholms skärgård) is a archipelago in the Baltic Sea, east of Stockholm. It is the largest archipelago in Sweden and the second largest archipelago of the Baltic Sea after the archipelago, which belongs to Finland.
The Stockholm archipelago extends from Stockholm about 60 km to the east, as well as from the island of Öja in the south to the island of Väddö in the north. It consists of approximately 24,000 islands. The more famous islands include Dalarö, Grinda, Husarö, Ljusterö, Möja, Rödlöga, Runmarö, Utö, Ornö, Svanholmen and Svartsö.

Tags:   Schweden Stockholm Schärengärten Baltic-Sea Archipelago Möja Runmarö Ornö Svanholmen Water Island Travel Tourismus Swedish-Stockholms-skärgård très


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