1 day ago · Austria is a federal republic consisting of nine provinces (German: Bundesländer). The provinces are sub-divided into districts and statutory cities (Statutarstädte). Districts are subdivided into municipalities (Gemeinden). Statutory Cities have the competencies otherwise granted to both districts and municipalities.
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2 days ago · Austria: Federal 9 states (Bundesländer), including the federal capital Vienna: 93 districts (Bezirke), including 14 statutory cities (Statutarstädte) 2,078 municipalities (Gemeinden), including 186 towns (Städte) 771 market towns (Marktgemeinden) Azerbaijan: Regional 59 districts (Rayonlar) 11 cities (Şəhərlər)
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1 day ago · Vienna is Austria's most populous city and its primate city, with about two million inhabitants (2.9 million within the metropolitan area, nearly one-third of the country's population), and its cultural, economic, and political center.
2 days ago · The history of Austria covers the history of Austria and its predecessor states. In the late Iron Age Austria was occupied by people of the Hallstatt Celtic culture (c. 800 BC), they first organized as a Celtic kingdom referred to by the Romans as Noricum , dating from c. 800 to 400 BC.
1 day ago · Austria-Hungary, often referred to as the Austro-Hungarian Empire or the Dual Monarchy, was a multi-national constitutional monarchy in Central Europe between 1867 and 1918. Austria-Hungary was a military and diplomatic alliance of two sovereign states, with a single monarch who was titled both Emperor of Austria and King of Hungary. 
2 days ago · Statutory city. Colorado has 11 statutory cities (in general those municipal corporations having a population of more than two thousand, with exceptions) that operate under Title 31, Article 1, Section 203 and Article 4, Section 100 or Section 200 of the Colorado Revised Statutes.