Austria

Austria is a landlocked country of approximately 8.3 million people in Central Europe. It is bordered by Switzerland and Liechtenstein to the west, Slovakia and Hungary to the east, Germany and the Czech Republic to the north and Slovenia and Italy to the south.

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I've been 2 Vienna and I think it's a gr8 place!! Nothing that special about it though. Salzburg is better!! Vienna is steeped in history with incredible architecture especially with its water-way streets which are reportedly now suffering as the water is rising year on year
Austria was economically suffering after World War One, due to the heavy reparation fee and the break-up of its empire, both as a result of the Saint-Germain Treaty. There was a great feeling amongst the public that a union with Germany would be best in aidng the country in over-coming these...
Well, yes. There are the Casinos Austria casino halls all over the country where people can play poker, too. Certainly, there are private poker sessions taking place in addition to that.
The correct spelling of the name of the Austrian painter is "Friedensreich Hundertwasser."
As of October 2011, Bank of America doesn't have a partner bank in Austria. There are no Bank of America ATMs in Vienna, nor is there a partner bank to use ATMs at no charge.
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It's because some industries find Vienna too congested an prefer to relocate to smaller cities.
Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland,
Currently (2012) Austria is ruled by a coalition between ÖVP (conservative party) and SPÖ (socialist party), headed by Werner Faymann.
The Danube river is the most important river in Austria. It is amajor economic, geographical, and cultural force in Austria.
Yes it is. It was purchased just last week (March 17, 2014) atWalmart in Niagara Falls New York. This is a product of the USA.
Austria is in the continent of Europe.
In accordance with the Constitution, they use currency of the United States of America.
I did some research and found one location called OsterreichischeAutistenhilfe, located in Vienna, Austria.
There is a rumor which goes like that: There was a king who took part in a crusade. When he arrived at home again, his entire gown was sucked in blood, except for the line where he wore his belt. So the white middle stripe in the flag is that blood free belt-line, and the red above and beneath it...
The President of Austria is the head of state in Austria. Heinz Fischer is the president of Austria.
Heinz Fischer has been the federal president of Austria since taking office on 2004 July 8 .
The two specific and famous brands designed, produced and exported by Austria are Glocks: semi-plastic guns which are very propular with the American security services and the energy drink Red Bull.
There only a few examples of this. Only the following countries come to mind: North Korea South Korea Kuwait San Marino If anyone else can add to this list, please do so. Even in situations of unilingualism, there are always tourists, visitors, guest-workers, and/or immigrants who speak other...
It was used as a model in creating the League of Nations and the United Nations.
German is the official language of Austria.
About 1.8 million.
no they don't last. they split up on June 22 2010 and they want to keep it private
it has a lot of farming and grass.
The best known traditional Austrian foods include Wiener Schnitzel and various elaborate cakes ( Torten ).
Vienna, Graz, Linz, Salzburg, and Innsbruck are the largest cities in Austria.
Austria : none. Formerly AEIOU , with one possible meaning being Austriae est imperare orbi universo (Latin, It is Austria's destiny to rule the world) . Austria-Hungary: Indivisibiliter ac Inseparabiliter (Latin, Indivisible and inseparable)
There were things called pull factors. Like streets paved with gold and more job opportunities. Push factors are the opposite. They were things that made people leave their country. Like religious and political violence.
German. It was always Germain, even back to the 5th of 6th century.
It was a conference held in Austria to settle political and territorial questions arising from the Napoleonic Wars and to restore a balance of power in Europe.
165km. Distance from Berlin to Dresden is 89.1 Miles ( 143.4 Kilometers / 77.4 Nautical Miles ). ============================
Die Unglaublichen is an equivalent in Austria to the title of the movie 'The Incredibles'.
It was a major first step toward the creation of a World Forum to provide dispute resolution. It is seen as a forerunner to both the League of Nations and the United Nations.
Vienna, Graz, Linz, Salzburg, St. Pölten, Innsbruck
The city of Vienna is the capital of Austria.
To convince the world that Hitler was German and Beethoven was Viennese.
I think it was Mark McMorris. The so called next Shaun White!
Probably cause theres no topshop.
The driving distance is about 768 road miles.
On the right hand side of the road until you get to the UK and then you have to drive on the left.
The leading figure in the Congress of Vienna in 1814 was Klemens von Metternich who represented Austria. His goals were: Balance of power through out Europe, and expansion of Austrian empire. [Source]- AP European History, 4th block :)
There is many things one thing I'd want to do is go see the world famous dancing white stallions they dance and do all kinds of things they are amazing
First, Napoleon conquered their lands and disbanded the Holy Roman Empire, renaming it the Austrian empire. Second, when they lost in WWI, the Hapsburgs were banished and Austria became a republic.
Austria has very few natural resources apart from hydro-electric power and agriculture. (The oilfield near Zistersdorf is exhausted). As in so many other European countries the key resource is people.