Category: Place

Paznaun
Paznaun, ski resort in the western Tyrol, located in the Paznaun valley
Galtür
Galtür, Tyrolean ski resort in the Paznaun Valley, in western Austria, 100
Ischl, Bad
Bad Ischl, town in the Salzkammergut, in Southern Austria, approx. 40 km
Sils Maria
Sils Maria, municipality in the upper part of the Engadin Valley (which
Sereth
Sereth (Siret), city in Bukovina, country in the easternmost part of the
Igls
Igls, village in the Tyrolean mountains, 5 kilometers outside Innsbruck, with a
Kautzen
Kautzen, municipality in the northern part of Lower Austria (Niederösterreich), close to
Dorna-Watra
Dorna-Watra, town in Southern Bukovina (province in the easternmost part of the
Café Museum
Café Museum, Coffee house designed by the Viennese architect Adolf Loos in
Arkaden Café
Arkaden Café, coffee house at Universitätsstraße 3, Vienna I, close to Vienna
Brzezany
Brzezany, Eastern European town with a large Jewish population, which changed hands
Café Siller
Café Siller, Viennese coffee house, situated on the Kaiser-Ferdinands-Platz (= Schwedenplatz) 3.
Czernowitz (Cernauti)
Czernowitz (Cernauti (Rom.), Chernivtsi (Ukr.), Chernovtsy (Russ.)), German name for the capital
Semmering
Semmering, mountain pass in the Eastern Northern Limestone Alps connecting Lower Austria
Leitmeritz
Leitmeritz (Litomeříce), town and episcopal see in Bohemia, approx. 70 km (45
Ober Sankt Veit
Ober Sankt Veit (Ober-St.-Veit), subdistrict (Bezirkteil) of Vienna, part of the 13th
Café Landtmann
Café Landtmann (Landmann), Viennese coffee house, opened in 1873 by Franz Landtmann,
Aussig
Aussig (an der Elbe) (Cz.: Ousti nad Labesn), town in Bohemia, 120
Aachen
Aachen (Aix-la-Chapelle), city in North Rhine Westphalia, Germany.
Amiens
Amiens, capital of the French Departement of Somme and region of Picardie,
Arenbergpark
Arenbergpark, park in the 3rd District of Vienna (Landstraße), located on Neulinggasse,
Aspangbahnhof
Aspangbahnhof (Aspang Train Station), was the originating station for the Aspang railway
Galerie Miethke
Galerie Miethke, art gallery in Vienna, founded in 1861 by Hugo Miethke,
Bisamberg
Bisamberg, market town 5 km north of Vienna.
Bozen
Bozen (Ital: Bolzano), the capital city of the South Tyrol, 85 km
Mendelpass
Mendelpass, mountain pass in the South Tyrol, south-west of Bozen (Bolzano), east
Bukovina
Bukovina (Bukowina), crown land of Austria-Hungary, located south-east of Galicia and east
Bürgeralpe
Bürgeralpe, wooded panoramic mountain in the Styrian, Lower Austrian Kalkalpen, the landmark
Čapljina
Čapljina, municipality in Bosnia and Herzegovina, in the Federation of Bosnia-Herzegovina. Čapljina
Carinthia
Carinthia (Kärnten), duchy in the Austria-Hungary monarchy from 1806–1918, today the southern-most
Danube Canal
Danube Canal (Donaukanal), a former arm of the Danube River rather than
Chemin des Dames
Chemin des Dames, prominent ridge in France, the extreme ends of which
Compiègne
Compiègne, city in northern France, Départment Oise in the region of Picardie.
Durazzo
Durazzo (Durrës), the principal seaport of Albania. Contributor: Marko Deisinger
Erlaufsee
Erlaufsee, mountain lake at the foot of the Gemeindealpe, 6 km (c.
Fasangasse
Fasangasse, street in the third district of Vienna, running from the Rennweg
Franz-Josefs-Bahnhof
Franz-Josefs-Bahnhof, railway station located at the Julius-Tandler-Platz in the 9th District of
Gargellen
Gargellen, health resort in Voralberg, Austria. At 1,423 m. above sea level,
Gußwerk
Gußwerk, municipality in the district of Bruck an der Mur, in northern
Hahnenklee
Hahnenklee, health resort in the Upper Harz mountains, south-west of Goslar in
Halltal
Halltal, valley near Mariazell in northern Upper Styria (Obersteiermark), approx. 75 km
Innsbruck
Innsbruck, capital city of the federal state of Tyrol, Austria, 350 km
Josefstädter-Straße
Josefstädter-Straße, street in the 8th district of Vienna (Josefstadt). It runs from
Kapuvár
Kapuvár (Torburg), town in western Hungary between Györ (Raab) and Sopron (Ödenburg),
Kemmelberg
Kemmelberg (also shortened to Kemmel), hill near the town of Kemmel in
Kiev
Kiev, capital city of Ukraine. Between the 17th century and 1917, it
Kochel
Kochel (officially Kochel am See), town in the Upper Bavarian county of
Kritzendorf
Kritzendorf, locality near Klosterneuburg in Lower Austria (Niederösterreich), situated approx. 15 km
Landstraßer Hauptstraße
Landstraßer Hauptstraße, the main street of the 3rd district of Vienna (Landstraße).
Lausanne
Lausanne, capital city of the French-speaking Swiss canton of Waadt (Vaud), situated
Laxenburg
Laxenburg, market township in Lower Austria (Niederösterreich), approx. 20 km (c. 12
Lemberg
Lemberg (Ukr: L'vov; Pol: L'viv), city now in western Ukraine, on the
Linz
Linz, capital city of the state of Upper Austria (Oberösterreich) and third
Lodz
Lodz, second-largest city of Poland, at the geographic center of the country,
Maria-Josepha-Park
Maria-Josepha-Park, park in the 3rd district of Vienna (Landstraße), near the Südbahnhof
Mariazell
Mariazell, town in northern Upper Styria (Obersteiermark), near the border with Lower
Maribor
Maribor (Marburg an der Drau), the largest city in the Slovenian region
Marienbad
Marienbad (Mariánské Lázně), health resort in the western part of the Czech
Marne
Marne, French river, its source on the plateau of Langres, eventually flowing
Mitterbach
Mitterbach, locality on the Erlaufsee (Lake Erlauf) in southern Mostviertel, in Lower
Mürzzuschlag
Mürzzuschlag, town in north-eastern Styria (Steiermark), in Austria, a popular ski resort,
Neumünster
Neumünster, city in Schleswig-Holstein, north Germany, 30 km (c. 20 miles) south
Oberharz
Oberharz, the north-western section of the Harz, a low mountain range in
Obladis
Obladis, mountain village, ski resort, and spa in the Tyrol, in western
Odessa
Odessa, fourth largest city of the Ukraine, the country's most important sea
Oetz
Oetz (Ötz), holiday town in the anterior Ötz Valley (Ötztal), in the
Pertisau
Pertisau, village and ski resort on the Achensee, in the Tyrol, in
Piave
Piave, river in the Veneto region of northern Italy, its mouth 30
Pickern
Pickern, locality on the Bachern (Pohorje) near Maribor, in Lower Styria (Niedersteiermark),
Prater
Prater, large park in the 2nd district of Vienna (Leopoldstadt). Contributor: Marko
Prater-Hauptallee
Prater-Hauptallee, a broad avenue running through the Prater, Vienna. Starting at the
Rasing
Rasing, locality, 0.7 km (c. 1/2 mile) from Mariazell, in northern Upper
Reisnerstraße
Reisnerstraße, street in the 3rd district of Vienna (Landstraße), extending from Am
Rennweg
Rennweg, a principal street in the 3rd district of Vienna (Landstraße), extending
Rijeka
Rijeka (Ital. & Hung.: Fiume; Ger.: Sankt Veit am Pflaumb), principal seaport
Rochusplatz
Rochusplatz, square in the 3rd district of Vienna (Landstraße), renamed Ziehrerplatz in
Seefeld
Seefeld, major ski resort, 17 km (c. 10 miles) north-west of Innsbruck,
Seitenstettengasse
Seitenstettengasse, minor street in the 1st district of Vienna (Innere Stadt), parallel
St. Anton am Arlberg
St. Anton am Arlberg, town, ski area, and holiday resort in the
St. Pölten
St. Pölten, city in Lower Austria (Niederösterreich), 55 km (34 miles) west
St. Sebastian
St. Sebastian, town 24 km (15 miles) north of Mariazell, in northern
Steinach am Brenner
Steinach am Brenner, market town in the Tyrol, in western Austria, 20
Streichergasse
Streichergasse, minor street in the 3rd district of Vienna (Landstraße), running between
Stuttgart
Stuttgart, capital of Würtemberg, in Germany. The publisher of Schenker's Harmonielehre and
Suczawa
Suczawa (Rum.: Suceava), city in the south of Bukovina, crown land in
Szeged
Szeged, city in Hungary, 145 km (90 miles) south-south-east of Budapest, and
Tatra
Tatra, mountain complex of the Fatra-Tatra geographical region of the Carpathians. Most
Slavonia
Slavonia (Slavonien), the easternmost region of Croatia. It lies between the Save
Tegernsee
Tegernsee, health resort in Upper Bavaria (Oberbayern), 46 km (c. 30 miles)
Tigring
Tigring, small town north of Moosburg and south of Freudenberg, 8 km
Triest
Triest (Trieste), city on the Adriatic, the most important seaport of the
Vincovce
Vincovce (Vinkovci, Ger.: Winkowtzi), city in eastern Croatia, close to the border
Villach
Villach, second-largest city in Carinthia (Kärnten), in Austria, 35 km (c. 20
Vladivostok
Vladivostok (Wladiwostok), principal Russian seaport on the Pacific Ocean, also capital city
Waidhofen a.d. T
Waidhofen an der Thaya, town in the northern part of Lower Austria
Wasserburg a. I.
Wasserburg am Inn, town in Upper Bavaria (Oberbayern), approx. 55 km (c.
Wiener Neustadt
Wiener Neustadt, city in Lower Austria (Niederösterreich), 40 km (25 miles) south
Wiener Stadtpark
Wiener Stadtpark, park extending from the Parkring in the 1st district of
Wohllebengasse
Wohllebengasse, minor street in the 4th district of Vienna (Wieden), turning off
Breslau
Breslau (Wroclaw), city now in Poland, located in the south-west of the
Ypern
Ypern (Ypres), city in West Flanders, Belgium. During World War I, fierce
Zell am See
Zell am See, health resort in Pinzgau, in the Province of Salzburg,
Armentières
Armentières, city in northern France, close to the Belgian border, completely destroyed
Arras
Arras (Du.: Atrecht), city in northern France, 45 km (28 miles) from
Baden
Baden (Baden bei Wien), spa town in Lower Austria (Niederösterreich), 26 km
Azores
Azores (Azoren), group of nine larger and many smaller islands in the
Böckstein
Böckstein bei Gastein, village and spa in the Gasteiner Tal (Gastein Valley),
Brest-Litovsk
Brest-Litovsk, town in Belarus, where the negotiations between Russia and the Central
Brünn
Brünn (Cz.: Brno), capital city of the province of Moravia, the second-largest
Flanders
Flanders (Du.: Vlaanderen; Fr.: Flandres; Ger.: Flandern), region of the Kingdom of
Galicia
Galicia (Galizien), region of central Europe, annexed by Austria in 1772 in
Wisniowczyk
Wisniowczyk, village some 75 km (c. 47 miles) south-east of Lemberg (L'viv)
Kahlenberg
Kahlenberg, mountain located in Döbling, in the Wiener Wald (Vienna Woods), c.
Bern
Bern (Berne), de facto capital and fifth-largest city of Switzerland, a neutral
Kurland
Kurland, one of the five regions of what is now Latvia.
Livland
Livland, region encompassing modern Estonia and part of Latvia.
Premysl
Premysl (Cz.: Přemysl; Pol.: Przemysl), city in central Galicia, formerly part of
Chom
Cholm, town in the southern part of Novgorod Oblast, in Russia, the
Burgtheater
Burgtheater, Vienna, theater located on the Dr. Karl-Lueger-Ring, opposite the Rathaus, in
Brigittabrücke
Brigittabrücke (Brigitte Bridge), bridge in Vienna, erected in 1871/72, dismantled in the
Fondo
Fondo, ski resort 40 km (25 miles) south-west of Bozen (Bolzano), west
Riga
Riga, port city on the Baltic Sea within the Gulf of Riga,
Lembacher
Lembacher, inn in the 3rd district of Vienna (Landstraße). Contributor: Marko Deisinger
Tirol
Tirol (Tyrol), region of Western Central Europe that includes the Austrian state
Alsace-Lorraine
Alsace-Lorraine (Elsaß-Lothringen), a territorial entity created by the German Empire in 1871
Lawies
Lawies, a subdistrict of Tullnerbach, lying c. 20 km. (12 miles) west
Belvedere (Tirol)
Belvedere (Tirol), mountain in the Dolomites (South Tyrol), height 2,650 m. Before
Café Monarch
Café Monarch, coffee house located at Sechshauserstraße 122, 1150 Vienna XV, Rudolfsheim-Fünfhaus,
Winzendorf
Winzendorf, village 10 km (6 miles) south-west of Wiener Neustadt, in the
Gardone Riviera
Gardone Riviera, small tourist resort on the western shore of Lake Garda
Sulden
Sulden, a resort in the South Tyrol (since 1918 part of Italy),
Schönbrunn
Schönbrunn, area of Vienna to the west of the city center, forming
Hotel Bristol
Hotel Bristol, hotel in Vienna, situated on the Kärntner Ring next to
Café Vindobona
Café Vindobona, coffee house located at the Schwarzenbergplatz in Vienna's first district
Wienzeile
Wienzeile (Vienna Row), thoroughfare in Vienna created between 1899 and 1905 with
Meisl (Gasthaus)
Meisl [Meisel], restaurant on the corner of Reisnerstraße and Heumarkt, near the
Andermatt
Andermatt, town and ski resort in the Swiss Alps, 65 km (c.40
Freistadt
Freistadt, small town in Upper Austria (Oberösterreich), in the region of Mühlviertel,
Ebersberg
Ebersberg, small town 35 km (22 miles) due west of Vienna and

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