Some more #GrazLove as the city is a favourite in here and often comes up. I was back there two years ago .The beauty of it is that you never tire of the classic views, while always finding something new. In my case, the ARGOS building by Zaha Hadid had finally been completed and there's a Red Bull Racing car attached to the rocky walls of the Schloßberg. I also stayed in Lend and got to explore this edgy neighbourhood further, with more time.
The provincial capital of Styria, Graz, is the second largest city in Austria, spanning the banks of the Moor River, a tributary of the Danube, and was built in 1240. After 1379, he was the seat of the royal family of Leopold Habsburg. The seventeenth to eighteenth centuries were trade centers and developed rapidly in the 19th century.
Gratz is a bit strange to the average traveler, but for the Austrians, it has a different general meaning. For a long time, the Austrians have protected Graz as a "secret lover" - if Saying that Vienna and Salzburg belong to international travelers, then Graz is the Austrian's favorite city. The modern tram runs slowly through the well-preserved classical streets, between the Baroque buildings with gray walls and red tiles....The old town of Graz is in good condition and maintains its ancient style. It is said that its basic layout was in 1164. It has been formed and is the largest medieval inner city in Europe. In 1999, the city of Graz was included in the World Cultural Heritage.
The castle hill that rises from the city of Graz and the big clock that stands on it are the symbols of the city. Looking at the castle hill overlooking the old town is a check-in project to Graz. The Castle Hill is 437 meters high and can be reached by cable car, elevator or on foot. The
big clock tower, built in the 13th century, can be seen anywhere in the city and can clearly see the time of the clock mark. The big bell rings three times a day (7