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الثلاثاء، 28 يونيو 2011

Tourism in Vienna / Austria

Vienna is the capital and largest city of Austria. It is called this a development for the old Latin name (Vindopona), which means the air, or nice breeze. Vienna is divided into 23 districts and most importantly, the first hubs such as the heart of tourist country and the most prestigious, and we find that each region has its advantages. Among the most famous landmarks Vienna: Palace Ahanbron Palace (Schonbrunn Palace), Stevens Square and the pedestrian street, Rue Maria Helfer Mariahilfer Strasse, the Imperial Palace HOFBURG
Vienna, known for being a global hub for education, literature, music and science. Vienna's population is known and Bmrham Zervhm and enjoyment of life. The Austro-Hungarian Empire collapsed after World War I ended in 1918, and then Vienna has lost a lot of importance. After the end of World War II in Vienna in 1945 became the global center for conferences and the status of multiple global agencies

Spread across an area of ​​415 km ² in the eastern end of a narrow plain between the Carpathian Mountains (Carpathian) and the Alps are an important mountain pass across the Carpathian Mountains (Carpathian) is located east of Vienna. It was the site of the city at the intersection of roads important role in the growth and economic development, and cut across trade routes and connections to all directions.

  The center of the old city is the center of Vienna and the area includes many of the city's buildings of historical and cultural landmarks also include shopping areas of high style. Stands in the heart of the old town of St. Stephen's Cathedral. Hofberg Palace is located, which consists of modern buildings and structures belonging to the Middle Ages, after several residential units to the west (from downtown). Includes room palace on the property, which is home to the President of Austria, the Empire and the library, museums and various Spanish Riding School

Vienna is a major industrial city in Austria. Factories producing chemicals, clothing and leather products, medicines, radios and television.
The city has an excellent system of public transportation includes buses, trams and trains outstanding subway and buses. Most people prefer to use public transport on their own within the city
   .Most of the residents of Vienna, Austrian speak the German language as home to a number of Czechs and Hungarians, but most of them speak German as well as the national language. Vienna's population wears fashion popular in the special occasions.
Dining in Vienna reflects the mixing of ethnic groups in the city. Many people like to drink coffee and eat pancakes, delicious pastries in the shops, called Conde Turin. Many of the residents of Vienna renting apartments in buildings of four or five floors. Some of the families in the suburbs have houses, apartments, city girl has to replace housing destroyed in World War II, but the problem of the shortage of housing still exist

.Vienna, home of the famous institutions of fine arts in higher education. These institutions include the Academy of Fine Arts, the Academy of music, Technical University, the University of Vienna, which was founded in 1365. Famous Vienna for a long time museums distinctive galleries and art, including the Albertina, the Museum of history of art, and include multiple libraries including the National Library which was founded in 1526 held the evenings music in opera houses in Mioseak Wolverine, and the Opera House government Falk Super. The lead of course the famous Vienna Boys singing every day in a Alhov Berg, Cappelli, one of the churches of the city.
Home Theater include theater Berg, who is financially supported by the Austrian government, and Theatre Joseph sundries. He lived in Vienna, a number of famous authors, scientists and writers. Such as Ludwig van Beethoven, Johannes Brahms, Joseph Haydn, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Franz Peter Schubert, and Johann Strauss. They had taken up residence in Vienna