This category is about the history of Salzburg, Austria, Vienna and Europe. We will talk about places, tell you many interesting facts and the history of Austria, Vienna and Europe. There are many historically facts of this area and influences every day life and explains many behavioral aspects in Austria.

Castle of Neuschwanstein

The royal King Ludwig’s castle of Neuschwanstein The royal castle of Neuschwanstein was for King Ludwig II already as a child an important station. During his childhood he often came here because his father was the owner of the castle of Hohenschwangau. The medieval castle of Vorder- and Hinterschwanstein dates already back to the

2019-07-15T17:08:55+01:00July 7th, 2019|History|0 Comments

Palace Linderhof

The royal King Ludwig’s palace Linderhof The royal palace of Linderhof is the smallest of the three King Ludwig II's palaces. It is the only finished palace during King Ludwig's lifetime. It is the palace where King Ludwig had spent most of his time and is therefore seen as his most beloved

2019-07-17T20:09:29+01:00July 3rd, 2019|History|0 Comments

Hohenwerfen Castle

The Hohenwerfen Castle Hohenwerfen Castle is a medieval rock castle. It is located on a 623 metres (2,044 ft) precipice overlooking the Austrian market town of Werfen in the Salzach river valley. It is about 40 kilometres (25 mi) south of Salzburg. Hohenwerfen is a small "sister" of  the fortress of Hohensalzburg, both

2017-06-29T10:36:34+01:00June 29th, 2017|Actual, History|2 Comments

Salzburg 2017: 20 years UNESCO World Cultural Heritage

Salzburg - UNESCO world heritage In the year 1997 Salzburg became a UNESCO world culture heritage city. There were three main reasons, why Salzburg as city got this honor: The regency of arch bishops over centuries (the salt city - their richness and building activities). Salzburg was also the meeting point of Italian

2019-07-13T10:48:02+01:00February 15th, 2017|Actual, History|0 Comments

Krems

Krems city and vineyards Krems is a city in Austria that shows you a hard-working and still laid-back philosophy of the Wachau Valley part of Austria. The first human relicts date back to already 25.000 years before christ as a children's grave has been found. The first settlements in the area date back to

2017-03-28T21:08:46+01:00February 5th, 2017|History|1 Comment

Innsbruck

Innsbruck - a city in the heart of the alps Innsbruck is the main city of the region called Tyrol in Austria. It is the 5th biggest city in Austria and has a big university with over 30.000 students. The city is located in the Inn valley (that goes from the Arlberg area

2019-07-13T10:59:08+01:00January 19th, 2017|History|0 Comments

Nürnberg

Nürnberg - capital of ginger bread and toys Nürnberg take you back in time. The city of Nürnberg has a very long history dating back tom the time of the 11th century when it became an important city and since that time takes people back into their time: From being a village at

2017-03-28T21:01:48+01:00December 29th, 2016|History|0 Comments
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