Vienna (/ viˈɛnə / (listen); German: Wien [viːn] (listen)) is the national capital, largest city, and one of nine states of Austria.
Wien ([ viːn]) ist die Bundeshauptstadt der Republik Österreich und zugleich eines der neun österreichischen Länder. Mit über 1,9 Millionen Einwohnern (etwa ein Fünftel der österreichischen Gesamtbevölkerung) ist das an der Donau gelegene Wien die bevölkerungsreichste Großstadt und Primatstadt Österreichs.
- The Wien River and the city of Vienna
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The Wien is a river that flows through Austria's capital Vienna.
The Wien River is 34 kilometres long, of which 15 km are within the city. Its drainage basin covers an area of 230 km2, both in the city and in the neighbouring Vienna Woods. Its source lies in the western Vienna Woods near Rekawinkel and its mouth at the eastern end of the city centre of Vienna, next to the Urania, where it flows into the Donaukanal, a branch of the Danube. The Wien River in flood, near the Bräuhaus Bridge, June 2009 The Wien is subject to huge variations in flow. In its ...
Within the city limits, the river bed consists almost entirely of concrete, which was installed between 1895 and 1899 in order to stop the devastating floods, sometimes accompanied by cholera, which the river had regularly caused before that time. At the same time, the Stadtbahn was built, which makes use of the concrete river bed and is only separated from the river by a wall. It is now part of the Vienna U-Bahn system. Along the course of the river, the Naschmarkt and the Theater an der Wien c
In German, the river is colloquially called the "Wienfluss". Since English uses the name "Vienna" for what in German is called "Wien", in English the river is sometimes called the "Vienna River".
The source of the Wien River, the Kaiserbrünndl, located at Pfalzberg near Pressbaum
- Kaiserbrunnberg near Rekawinkel in Lower Austria
- 34 km (21 mi)
- 230 km² (89 sq mi)
Wilhelm Carl Werner Otto Fritz Franz Wien (German: [ˈviːn]; 13 January 1864 – 30 August 1928) was a German physicist who, in 1893, used theories about heat and electromagnetism to deduce Wien's displacement law, which calculates the emission of a blackbody at any temperature from the emission at any one reference temperature.
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Contemporary illustration of Baden from 1482 Baden (German for " Baths "; Central Bavarian: Bodn), unofficially distinguished from other Badens as Baden bei Wien (Baden near Vienna), is a spa town in Austria. It serves as the capital of Baden District in the state of Lower Austria.
Wien Nordwestbahnhof (translated as Vienna Northwest Railway Station, abbreviated as Wien NWBH) is a goods station in transformation to a city development area in Brigittenau district of Vienna, Austria / EU. Passenger transport already ended in 1959. It serves as the southern terminus of the Austrian Northwestern Railway.
Wien (Homonymie). Wien ass d'Haaptstad vun der Republik Éisträich a gläichzäiteg e Bundesland. Si huet 1.867.582 Awunner (2017), am Groussraum Wien liewen eng 2 Millioune Mënschen. ges D'Symboler vu Wien sinn d' Riserad an de Stephansdoum.
[Parts of this article were translated from German Wikipedia.] "Wien - 11. Bezirk/Simmering", Wien.gv.at, 2008, webpage (15 subpages): Wien.gv.at-simmering (in German).
The mumok, Museum moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wien, was founded on September 21, 1962, as the Museum of the Twentieth Century (later the 20s House) in the Swiss Garden, located in the Austrian Pavilion that had been built by Karl Schwanzer for the Brussels EXPO in 1958, and was refurbished as an exhibition hall.
Wien blev 1979 den tredje FN-staden efter New York och Genève. Wien är vidare säte för bland annat Opec och OSSE.  Wien har en hel del industri även om denna drabbades av en lågkonjunktur under 1990-talet. Bland stadens större industrier hör Siemens AG och Ottakringer. Staden är också plats för flera företags huvudkontor, bland annat OMV, Wienerberger och Telekom Austria.