Hundreds of rivers and their tributaries cross the European continent. Here we highlight those over 600 miles in length, and a few others of note. DANUBE: Beginning in the Black Forest region of Germany, it flows across central Europe and the countries of Austria, Hungary, Croatia and Yugoslavia. It ...
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Austria-Hungary, often referred to as the Austro-Hungarian Empire or the Dual Monarchy, was a constitutional monarchy and great power in Central Europe between 1867 and 1918.   It was formed with the Austro-Hungarian Compromise of 1867 and was dissolved following its defeat in the First World War .
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cartography, map, Austria-Hungary, circa 1910, as well as the Vienna and its surrounding area, from Kuerschners Universal-Konversationslexikon, after W. Keil und Fr. Riecke, German school atlas, printed by Koerner & Dietrich, Leipzig, Additional-Rights-Clearences-Not Available
Austria-Hungary is one of the most represented past countries in this vintage map collection. The well-mapped Austro-Hungarian Empire existed from 1867 to 1918. It was the result of the union of the two independent neighboring kingdoms ruled homogenously by the House of Habsburg with the system of ‘Dual Monarchy’.
The sixty-mile long Soča River at the time ran entirely inside Austria-Hungary in parallel to the border with Italy, from the Vršič and Predil passes in the Julian Alps to the Adriatic Sea, widening dramatically a few kilometers north of Gorizia, thus opening a narrow corridor between Northern Italy and Central Europe, which goes through the Vipava Valley and the relatively low north-eastern edge of the Karst Plateau to Inner Carniola and Ljubljana.
Central Europe as the area of cultural heritage of the Habsburg Empire (later Austria-Hungary) – a concept which is popular in regions along the river Danube: Austria, the Czech Republic and Slovakia, Slovenia, large parts of Croatia, Romania and Serbia, also smaller parts of Poland and Ukraine.