01234567890liCollection mainly concentrated in the middle ages the baroque style in the parlour, one of the most worth mentioning is romantic and alter under the portrait of gothic style master michelle palmer hull, lu LAN DE eph luffy and Conrad''s leibniz''s works. And stand in the next house can look up at the palace, if it''s sunny, feel very good.
TarynBeautiful area to walk around - there are some old ruins there with information as well as all the horse carriages, the lipizzaners, resturants, museums. It fwels like Hofburg is the middle of everything!
01234567890liHuoHeng salzburg fort is located in salzburg old monks in the mountains, is the landmark building of the city. The white castle stronghold has a long history, it was founded in 1077, the former archbishop gradually expand and become, it is also one of Europe''s largest medieval castle. Castle with museums, cafes, and is also a good place for overlooking the whole landscape. To visit the fort, there are two ways you can take opened in 1892, the small gear train up the hill, just 1 minute can come to the top of the hill, the little train every interval of 10 minutes.
Biking in Großarl, we tried e-bikes for the first time (I felt like the wicked witch of the Alps flying up the hills, so fun!) we went to two alpine huts and at the last one we were the only guests. The owners spent time chatting with us over rot wein, the hut was also a small diary farm, we got to see them bring in the cows, they showed us how they made the cheese, butter, bread and all tasted amazing. We’re so grateful to meet people that share so freely of their crafts and their time with us.
#biking #traveladdict #travellife #outdoorfamily #milspouse #eventcelebration
Vienna is beautiful in early spring and well worth a visit. Lots of historic buildings, great shopping and excellent places to eat, There is a different feeling to it early morning, with locals going to open the shops and cafes around. You seat somewhere for coffee, and once you are out it suddenly is buzzing with countless people walking in every direction. The buildings are beautiful and will have you walk with your head up looking at the intricate decorations. I walked 30km in a single day around it going from place to place. One of the more beautiful historic centers in Europe.
#eventcelebration #templeblessed #ancientlandmark #ancientarchitecture
Maybe Green Vienna is technically part of the 18th District of Vienna. I doubt it. If it is, it is a long way from the rest of the 19th District. Fortunately, Vienna is well connected by its public transportation. You need to get to the 38A bus in the Grinzing area of the 19th, and ride up the long journey to the top of the mountain. But, Oh, what a view! There is a hotel and restaurant and coffee shop up there. You will want to go on a clear day, but the evening lights of Vienna are also interesting. Watch the times for the bus, to coordinate your trip back down the mountain. It is an interesting cobblestone trip, all on its own.
#naturaloxygenbar #naturalwonders #vienna #austria #igersvienna
It’s a fantastic place for culture lovers, having played home to such icons as Mozart, Haydn, and Strauss. It was also the seat of the vast Habsburg empire, which for a time was one of the largest empires in the world.
As you can imagine therefore, there’s quite a lot to see and do here, whatever time of year you are visiting. In summer you can enjoy warm days and pleasant strolls through the streets, whilst if you visit Vienna in winter, you’ll find some of the best Christmas markets in Europe. Vienna is stuffed full of museums, palaces, art galleries, churches and restaurants, and you could spend a great deal of time here sight-seeing. #vienna #austria
The Hofburg is the former principal imperial palace of the Habsburg dynasty. Located in the center of Vienna, it was built in the 13th century and expanded several times afterwards. It also served as the imperial winter residence, as Schönbrunn Palace was the summer residence. Since 1946 it is the official residence and workplace of the President of Austria. The name translates as "Castle of the Court", which denotes its origins when initially constructed during the Middle Ages. Initially planned in the 13th century as the seat of the Dukes of Austria, the palace expanded over the centuries, as they became increasingly powerful. From 1438 to 1583, and again from 1612 to 1806, it was the seat of the Habsburg kings and emperors of the Holy Roman Empire, and thereafter until 1918 the seat of the Emperors of Austria. Since then the palace has continued in its role as the seat of the head of state and is today used by the Austrian Federal President.
Vienna is a city that has long been associated with excellence in modern, multiunit housing and BURO KLK's Gudrunstraße lends further credence to this perception. Erected in an empty lot, the building's façade is comprised of stacked Viennese Schrebergardens (traditional, small and intmate garden communities), creating a unique identity for each home while simultaneously reinforcing a strong and singular character for the building as a whole. The peaked gable-like protrutions act like symbols of home and dwelling — an especially welcome image in a predominantly commercial neighborhood. In this sense, the apartment building positively contributes to the area's urban development. The complex contains a total of fifty apartments and six offices, all oriented to the South-East towards a more quiet street. This optimizes light conditions while reducing noise pollution.
#suzhougardens #kidsoceanworld #art
Kunsthalle Wien is the exhibition hall for contemporary art in Vienna. At its two locations in the MuseumsQuartier and at Karlsplatz, it shows themed group exhibitions, and solo presentations of established and upcoming artists to provide insight into the Austrian and international art scene. Kunsthalle Wien is dedicated to art and its relations to social change. It produces exhibitions, researches art practices, and supports local and international artists. It seeks to ground its knowledge of international contemporary art in and for Vienna, and advocates for the usefulness of artistic thinking in the wider public sphere.
The Hochkönig is a mountain group containing the highest mountain in the Berchtesgaden Alps, Salzburgerland, Austria. The Berchtesgaden Alps form part of the Northern Limestone Alps. It lies to the west of the town of Bischofshofen in the Austrian state of Salzburg, 42 km due south of the city of Salzburg. Hochkönig is separated from the rest of the Berchtesgaden Alps, and more specifically from the Steinernes Meer (stone ocean) by the mountain pass Torscharte at 2246 m. The summit itself is at the southern edge of a large limestone plateau, which is covered by the glacier known as the "Übergossene Alm", however this glacier is currently shrinking at a rate of 6.2% per year, and is likely to vanish in the relatively near future.
The Austrian Parliament Building in Vienna is where the two houses of the Austrian Parliament conduct their sessions. The building is located on the Ringstraße boulevard in the first district Innere Stadt, near Hofburg Palace and the Palace of Justice. It was built to house the two chambers of the Imperial Council, the bicameral legislature of the Cisleithanian (Austrian) part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Since its construction, the Parliament Building has been the seat of these two houses, and their successors—the National Council and the Federal Council—of the Austrian legislature. The foundation stone was laid in 1874; the building was completed in 1883. The architect responsible for its Greek Revival style was Theophil Hansen. He designed the building holistically, aiming to have each element harmonising with all the others. He was therefore also responsible for the interior decoration, such as statues, paintings, furniture, chandeliers, and numerous other elements. Hansen was honoured by Emperor Franz Joseph with the title of Freiherr (Baron) after its completion. Following heavy damage and destruction in World War II, most of the interior has been restored to its original splendour.