Where are Vienna and Venice?
Vienna is the capital of Austria.
Venice is in north-eastern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea.
Venice is in north-eastern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea.
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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.
See: stephansdom, schloss schoenbrunn, Hofburg, Innenstadt, Prater, wienerwald, donaupark, Stadtpark, donauinsel, UNO City, Rathaus, etc
Gardaland is nearby Lago di Garda about 100km from Venice. You need about 1h to get there. From Venice you have to take the highway A4 towards Vicenza and look for Lago di Garda.. You can also go by train and get off at Peschiera del Garda where you can board a free shuttle or a bus to reach Gardal…and. ( Full Answer )
Vienna is the capitol city of Austria. There are an estimated 1,7million residents in this city and it has an area of 160 squaremiles.
There is an album called "Two In A Gondola" Cira Late 1950's. Dino Olivieri was the conductor for the sound track title "Summertime in Venice" Album is out of print and no CD was ever made of it. MG
The driving distance from Florence, Italy to Venice, Italy is 161 miles / 259 km
Venice is a truly magical city in the northeast part of Italy. Itis a city of stone built on the water.
It is the Capital city of Austria, a small country in central Europe. Also known as Wien in german, the language spoken in Austria.
I don't really know... but a from a bit of research a few years ago I know that you can do gondola rides, walking tours, wine tasting, take part in or watch festivals and play new sports and activities.
this is straight from my textbook: Sept., 1814-June, 1815, one of the most important international conferences in European history, called to remake Europe after the downfall of Napoleon I.
its built on water :) Venice is famous for many things but I think the main thing is that the city is built over water. There are no streets. Only canals. No cars only boats. Taxi boats, cops boats, bus boats. Etc.
Yes, the Vienna Boys Choir is based in Vienna. While it is composed primarily of boys from Austria, it also holds auditions and selects boys from all over the world.
Venice, Italy is 3 hours away from Como, Italy. There isapproximately 191 miles between Venice and Como, Italy, whentraveling by car.
Vienna is the capitol of Austria where composers like Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, etc. lived and worked.
As anyone who has read Shakespeare knows, there are many subplots and so these need to be studied to be understood. The main plot is about a man called Antonio. He is very good friends with a man called Bassanio. Bassanio needs three thousand ducats (currency) to travel to Belmont and claim the love… of Portia, an esteemed character and the heart throb of many men. To borrow this money, they go to a man called Shylock, who offers them the money at a cost of one pound of Antonio's flesh if it isn't repaid in three months. Bassanio claims the love of Portia, but the money isn't paid in the three months, due to complications. Antonio is taken to court. Just before the flesh is taken, Portia, dressed as a male lawyer, manages to find a loophole. He can take the pound of flesh but by law of Venice he mustn't draw blood. In the end Shylock has lost all his money and Bassanio has claimed Portia's love, and Antonio still has his pound of flesh. ( Full Answer )
The flight distance from Venice, Italy to Vienna, Austria is: 270 miles / 435 km
in German it is called "Wien" and has no specific meaning, it's just a name.
Tuscany is a region in Italy. The main city in Tuscany is Florence.You can take a direct train from Venice to Florence. It takes about2 hours. You can also drive. A car will allow you to visit many ofthe great little towns in Tuscany, such as Siena and San Gimignano.
Venice is situated on 120 islands formed by 177 canals in the lagoon between the mouths of the Po and Piave rivers, at the northern extremity of the Adriatic Sea. Because of its historic role as a naval power and commercial center, the city is known as the "Queen of the Adriatic." A railroad and hig…hway causeway connect Venice with the mainland. Long sand bars, or barrier beaches, on the outer side of the lagoon serve as protection against the sea. The islands on which the city is built are connected by about 400 bridges. ( Full Answer )
Vienna sausages are made from pig leftovers. What ever they don't use from a pig goes in the Vienna sausage: intestines, pig butt wholes, and etc.. and I've heard beef tongue! Pretty nasty huh...
Vienna is the capital of Austria. Since Vienna is only a city, it has no capital of its own.
Venice was built on big wooden poles. . This was done because wood floats. The Italians needed a port further into the ocean, due to some trading ships being attacked by pirates, goods were stolen, and many men were killed. . They brought the port further out into the ocean to prevent it.
Venice was built on water but how could they live with water underneath their house? would it flood? its your job to find out...
It is in Italy.\n. \nYou'll find it in the north east of Italy on the coast. The nearest cities are Padova, Treviso, Vicenza and Verona.
The Vienna Rectifier is a unidirectional three-phase AC/DC converter of boost-type with sinusoidal input currents and controlled output voltage. It only employs three power switches which makes the Vienna Rectifier immune against short-circuit of the DC-link, cost-effective and reduces the blocking …voltage of all its semiconductors by a factor two. It was invented by Prof. Kolar, ETH Zurich. Find more information on www.ipes.ethz.ch. ( Full Answer )
1. Ended the Napoleonic war 2. Reestablished order in Europe 3. Set up the "Congress System"
Vienna is a city in the country of Austria, which is in the continent of Europe.
It was the birthplace of Ludwig Van Beethoven// For single linecomments /* Sorry, Beethoven was NOT born in Vienna, but in theGerman city Bonn *
The Congress of Vienna was a conference of European ambassadors which took place in from September 1814 to June 1815.
No. Vienna is in Austria. A city in Italy with a similar sounding name is Venice.
Vienna is a capitol itself. It's the capitol city of Austria, Europe. Because the Republic of Austria is a federation and Vienna on of its states, too, Vienna is also its own capitol.
Vienna is the capital of the Republic of Austria and is also one of the 9 states of Austria. It is an extraordinary city you everyone should visit. The opera there is simply amazing. If you want to book tickets for the opera in Vienna, please visit this website for the lowest rates: http://www.6…5-ferie.dk/ ( Full Answer )
The Congress of Vienna was an international conference that was called in order to remake Europe after the downfall of Napoleon I.
Austria's capital Vienna hosts many international organizations. Many museums and palaces are located in the region. If you want the world trip, a must-see place in Vienna. Because Vienna is a CULTURE.
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
It is an old city that was a center of power and trade and thus has some wonderful architecture and art. Also is is built out of the water in a lagoon and therefore many of its main streets are in fact canals and you need boats (gondolas) to get around it.
Vienna sausages are those tiny little cocktail wieners that are packaged in a can with a pull top lid. They come in several varieties, or flavors (Regular, Lite, BBQ, Hot 'n Spicy, Smoked Jalapeno, Honey Mustard, Cajun, Regular, and Chicken). They are salty, and mushy, and by the opinion of every ov…erseas soldier I ever knew, The Food OF The Gods! No, they did not come from Vienna nor are they based, even loosely, on any sausage ever sent out the door of a Wien metzgerei. But, they are fabulous. Not having been on the marketing team of Armour Meats at the time of product development, I can only guess that the name is a derivation of the term wiener that is sometimes used for American hot dogs. The wiener (a sausage or wurst variety specifically originating in Vienna) has a long history in Europe, especially Germany, Switzerland, and Austria. Wieners, the European variety, are similar to hot dogs in appearance, but little else. They have a natural casing, are longer, and thinner. They are served with bread or Brot , but not on a bun. Typically, the only condiment eaten with wieners is mustard. The word wiener is literally translated from Wien ( Vienna auf Deutsch). The love affair between Vienna Sausages and US soldiers goes back to the birth of the Armour canned meat product. Finding themselves thousands of miles from home and the tastes of home, and surrounded by the foods of strange lands, US soldiers looked for a reminder, something to keep them connected. They also kept an eye to ease of transport, being ever on the move, and convenience in delivery, again being ever on the move. Hence, the Vienna Sausage. Vienna Sausages are packed in a small, easily stored container, a pull top can. For many hungry grunts, it is as simple as pulling a tab, and dumping the contents down the throat. Vienna Sausage servings are small enough to eat in nearly one gulp, and contain an entire day's recommended supply of sodium (another plus for the GI on the march). Their seasoning goes well with John Wayne biscuits (C-Rat crackers for those who never experienced them), and in a pinch were easily converted to currency for those emergency in-the-field transactions (John Wayne bars--C-Rat chocolate--or cigarettes). Yes, Vienna Sausages are as inseparable from the American GI as the combat boot, the M16, and letters home. And, they're tasty and nutritious. They just did not come from Vienna ( Full Answer )
The Kaiser roll , also called a Vienna roll or a hard roll (original name: Semmel or Kaisersemmel ; if made by hand also: Handsemmel ), is a kind of bread roll, supposedly invented in Vienna, and thought to have been named to honor Emperor Franz Joseph. It is a typically crusty round roll… made from flour,barm, malt, water and salt, with the top side usually divided in a rotationally symmetric pattern of five segments, separated by curved superficial cuts radiating from the centre outwards. Kaiser rolls are often produced by machine, as well as by hand. from Wikipedia ( Full Answer )
Two words. Deer Jerky :3 and its the best thing ever if cooked correctly next to gator jerky!
It's a *Doge, not a dodge. A Doge was the leader of the Republic of Venice, which no longer exists. Once a Doge was elected, their term lasted for the remainder of their life.
All the usual methods of transport, train, car, by air. Once you get to Venice, the only way to get around the city is on foot, or by water (water bus).
You can take the underground line U3 (direction Simmering) and get to the LandstraÃe/Wien Mitte station. You can follow the green CAT signs with a small plane on it. The CAT (city airport train) will take you to Vienna airport in a few minutes.
Vienna is home to many museums, including the Beethoven Museum, theVienna Museum, and the Chimney Sweep Museum. For a more completelist of Vienna's museums, please visit the related links.
Long long time ago, when the ancient Romans were on the territory of the modern Vienna, the place was called Vindobona. And this name was changed in time. It took ages before they started to call their city Wien or Vienna.
Who knows? The Duke of Venice is not a character in the play The Merchant of Venice. In Othello, yes. But not in the Merchant of Venice.
Venice is a city on the east coast of Italy, near the northern and eastern borders of the country. It is built in a bay or lagoon of the Adriatic sea, on a number of small islands or islets, many of which are the size of a city block. Transport between these small islands is done by boat, traditiona…lly in boats called gondolas which are poled from place to place by gondoliers. Venice was founded in the 800s by refugees who picked a place for their city which could not be attacked from the landward side. Almost from its beginning, Venice was an independent republic, having an elected leader or Doge. In the Middle Ages and Renaissance, it grew to acquire a great empire, not only in the adjacent territory in Italy (called Veneto) but also in the Balkans and the Greek islands. Venice was a main player in the Fourth Crusade, and in the Battle of Lepanto (1570) which curbed the aggression of the Ottoman Empire. The Republic of Venice declined and was eventually disbanded by Napoleon Bonaparte. Venice nowadays suffers from turbulence in the lagoon caused by motorized boats, and a raising of water levels which submerges the lower parts of some buildings. The city as a whole is subject to flooding. It is nevertheless a tourist destination, because of its unusual nature and beautiful buildings, especially those around the Piazza San Marco (St. Mark's Square). ( Full Answer )
There are several hotels in Venice, Italy. Some of these include Ruzzini Palace Hotel, Hotel Al Piave, Hotel Canaletto, Hotel Anastasia, and Antica Locanda Sturion.
According to Rail Europe, distributor of train tickets and rail passes, approximately between 7 and 10 hours.
Venice is a city in Italy which is a country in Europe which is a continent
Vienna is a proper noun, the capital city of Austria. The properadjective is Viennese . (The city name in German is Wien.)