Graz Travel Guide

Graz Travel Guide

Europe
Graz is a historic city in Austria, surrounded by idyllic nature. Graz is the second largest city in Austria with about 250,000 inhabitants. Graz is especially known for its well-preserved historic center and Castle Mountain, where only the ruins and the bell tower of the ancient fortress remain. GRAZ AS A TRAVEL DESTINATION Graz's beautiful historic architecture The well-preserved historic center of Graz is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, as are the centers of Vienna and Salzburg. The medieval old town with its Renaissance and Baroque palaces and colorful houses attracts tourists to wander and enjoy themselves in a precious setting. The narrow alleys of the old town are full of restaurants and cafés. In addition to its historical attractions, Graz is a vibrant city of culture, home to many students…
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Austria 2007

Austria 2007

Europe
Yearbook 2007 Austria. Shortly after New Year, Austria was given a new government. The deadlock after the parliamentary elections in October was resolved when the Social Democratic SPÖ and the conservative ÖVP formed a so-called large coalition. SPÖ had won the election over the previous ruling party ÖVP by a small margin. Together, the two parties had 134 of the 183 seats in the National Council, Parliament's lower house. They received seven ministerial posts each. New Chancellor became Social Democrat Alfred Gusenbauer. According to abbreviationfinder: AT is the 2-letter acronym for the country of Austria. According to CountryAAH, Vienna is the capital city of Austria. The coalition settlement meant that SPÖ had to withdraw its election promise to drop the fees for university studies. Instead, students were given the opportunity…
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