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In Austria

What do they eat in Austria?

In the Tirol a traditional dish is Tiroler Grostel, which is a fried potato dish with various cubes of meat (usually bacon, sausage and beef). This is sometimes served with a (MORE)

How do you hello in Austria?

  There are many different ways to do so, depending on the situation:   In formal situations you might say "Grüß Gott" or "Guten Tag", with "Guten Tag" being more com (MORE)

Is Austria unilingual?

  No. Languages:German (official nationwide) 88.6%, Turkish 2.3%, Serbian 2.2%, Croatian (official in Burgenland) 1.6%, other (includes Slovene,official in Carinthia, and (MORE)
In Austria

Who is in charge of Austria?

Austria is a republic. It has a president as head of state,  currently Heinz Fischer. The head of government is known as a  Chancellor and currently that is Werner Fayman.
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Are there volcanoes in Austria?

Austria has no active volcanoes. There are, however, extinct volcanoes. Also Austria is not Australia. Australia has a volcano and it is called Big Ben, but these are not th (MORE)

Why is austria named austria?

Firstly in German the country is called "Österreich". At first the country was denoted as "Marchia Orientalis", wich means something like "eastern border". The first German t (MORE)

What are religions in Austria?

I love that question! Austria has many Protestant roots back into the Reformation, with Martin Luther of Germany, yet the Hapsburg Dynasty I believe was mainly Catholic. In Sw (MORE)