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Linz - UNESCO City of Media Arts
The UNESCO City of Media Arts and European Capital of Culture 2009 looks back on an eventful history and has its sights set on the future today. The Baroque main square is situated in close proximity to the city’s most contemporary cultural buildings, resulting in surprising contrasts.Details
The permanent camp of the 3rd Italian legion in Regensburg (Castra Regina) was completed in the year 179 A.D. under Emperor Marcus Aurelius. Erected on a rectangular area measuring 540 x 450 m, the fortress was surrounded by a mighty wall made of ashlar blocks with towers and a wide ditch in front of it.Details
An outing to Pöstlingberg Mountain, Linz’s local mountain, is an unforgettable experience for young and old alike! From the Pöstlingberg tramway, to the pilgrimage basilica, viewing platform, zoo or world of dwarves and fairy tales in Linz’s Grottenbahn – this location high above the city is a real treat for families.Details
The imperial crypt is located below Capuchin Church and is intended for the family of the former Austrian dynasty of Habsburg. One hundred and forty-nine members of the Hapsburg family, including 12 emperors and 19 empresses and queens, are laid to rest here in splendid sarcophagi.Details
‘The Danube – Route of Emperors and Kings’ is an international working group which includes ten tourism organisations and river cruise lines. These members work to promote their common European heritage and let visitors today travel in the footsteps of Marcus Aurelius, Frederick I, the Habsburgs and many others.