Yahoo Web Search

  1. Ad
    related to: austria wien wikipedia encyclopedia shqip pdf download
  1. Vienna - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia › wiki › Wien
    • History
    • Sightseeing
    • Culture
    • Other Websites

    The history of the city goes back to the Roman Empire. The Romans started a military camp called Vindobona. The camp was in today's first district on the Danube river. The name came from the Celts, so there was probably a Celtic settlement before the Roman invasion. The Romans stayed until the 5th century. In medieval times, the settlement was still in use. The present name was mentioned in 881 in the Salzburger Annalen, where a battle ad weniamis mentioned. In 976 the House of Babenberg became rulers of the area. They made Vienna their capital in 1155. Vienna was already an important city. In 1156, Austria became a Duchy, and Vienna was where the Duke who ruled the Duchy lived. In 1221, Vienna got municipal rights. It Is the second oldest city in Austria (Enns, in Upper Austria, is the oldest). In 1278, the Duchy came to the Habsburgfamily. Rudolf IV started the university in 1365 and while he was duke the nave of the Gothic St. Stephan's Cathedral was built. Quarrels within the Ha...

    Vienna has many things worth seeing. Here are a few of them. 1. St. Stephen's cathedral and St. Stephen's Square: 1.1. Today St. Stephen's square with the cathedral is the very center of Vienna. The Graben and the Kärntner Straße which lead away from the square are shopping streets with a lot of different shops. Opposite the cathedral you can find the Haas-House, a very modern building by the architect Hans Hollein. 2. Ringstraße: 2.1. The Ringstraße runs around the first district and was built in the second half of the 19th century. The street follows the old city walls which were destroyed to create it. Along the street you can find different important buildings like the Staatsoper (opera house), the parliament, the Burgtheater, the two museums of natural history and arts. Also, the Wiener Postsparkasse which is an important building by the architect Otto Wagneris along the street. 3. Hofburg: 3.1. From the 13th century to 1918 this was the residence of the Habsburg rulers. Today...

    There are many old buildings, churches and museums in the city centre. Classical music and opera are popular in Vienna. The composers Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ludwig van Beethoven and Brahms all worked in Vienna. Vivaldi also died in Vienna. The city has two world-famous orchestras: the Vienna Philharmonic and the Vienna Symphony. Vienna is also the name of a song about the city, by the Britishgroup Ultravox. Vienna is the home of the nationally successful soccer clubs SK Rapid Wien and FK Austria Wien.

    WorldFlicks in Vienna: Photos and interesting places on Google Maps Archived 2008-02-21 at the Wayback Machine
    • 414.65 km² (160.10 sq mi)
    • 151 (Lobau) – 542 (Hermannskogel) m (495–1,778 ft)
  2. Aug 12, 2004 · Contents 1 History 1.1 Foundation to World War II 1.2 Post-World War II 1.3 Recent history 2 Stadium 3 Wien Derby 4 Honours 4.1 Domestic competitions

  3. File:Wien in Austria.svg - Simple English Wikipedia, the free ... › wiki › File:Wien_in_Austria

    Original file ‎ (SVG file, nominally 1,256 × 700 pixels, file size: 318 KB)

  4. Manuel Cruz Rodríguez (born 1 January 1951) is a Spanish philosopher and politician who served as the 60th President of the Senate from May to December 2019. Prior to this, between 2016 and 2019, Cruz served as member of the Congress of Deputies in representation of Barcelona.

  5. Hortense was born in Paris, France, on 10 April 1783, the daughter of Alexandre François Marie, Vicomte de Beauharnais and Joséphine Tascher de la Pagerie. Her parents separated when she was five years old, and between the ages of five and ten she was sent to live in Martinique .

  6. 1981–82 European Cup - Wikipedia › wiki › 1981–82_European_Cup

    The 1981–82 season of the European Cup football club tournament was won for the only time by Aston Villa in the final against Bayern Munich.The final is remembered mainly for the performance of young stand-in goalkeeper Nigel Spink who made a host of saves from the experienced Bayern players.

  7. 1. January 18: The first episode of Star vs. the Forces of Evilis broadcast, which becomes an unexpected success 2. January 19: Boomerang was rebranded as part of a global rebranding effort, and will offer original programming for the first time.

  8. 1970–71 European Cup - Wikipedia › wiki › European_Cup_1970-71

    The 1970–71 season of the European Cup football club tournament was won by Ajax in the final against Panathinaikos.It was the first time the cup went to Ajax, beginning a three-year period of domination, and the second consecutive championship for the Netherlands.

  9. 1979–80 European Cup - Wikipedia › wiki › European_Cup_1979-80

    1979–80 European Cup. The Santiago Bernabéu Stadium in Madrid hosted the final. The 1979–80 season of the European Cup football club tournament was won by holders Nottingham Forest in the final against Hamburg. The winning goal was scored by John Robertson, who drilled the ball into the corner of the Hamburg net from outside the penalty area.

  10. Friedrich Koncilia - Simple English Wikipedia, the free ... › wiki › Friedrich_Koncilia
    • Career
    • Honours
    • Manager Career

    At the age of 14 he came to KAC, an icehockeyclub, but the coach of the football department brought him to football.He played in Austria for Austria Klagenfurt, SSW Innsbruck and Austria Wien. Abroad he played for RSC Anderlecht. He is one of the most successful goalkeepers in Austria. During his career he was 8 times Austrian Champion and six times Cup winner and played 526 league matches, 76 Cup matches and 51 matches in European cups. For Austria he played 85 matches, his first international match was on 27 September 1970 versus Hungary. His last match was in 1985. For Austria he played in the FIFA World Cup 1978 where he played in the legendary match versus Germany in Cordoba and 1982. He was chosen as goalkeeper for a FIFA-selection playing versus Argentinia on 25 June 1979 He was goalkeeper in the 2nd half time. He was also goalkeeper in an UEFA-team playing versus CSSR, which celebrated the 70th anniversary. After the end of his playing career he became coach for Austria Wien...

    Member of the Austrian squad FIFA World Cup: 1978,1982
    Member:Austria Wien team of the century (elected 2001)
    Member of the FIFA World selection:1979
    8 × Austrian Champion: 1972, 1973, 1975, 1977, 1980, 1981, 1984 und 1985
    Goalkeeper coach Austria Wien (1993/94)
    Coach of Gamba Osaka (1997/98)
    Manager of Austria Wien (1998/99–Nov 2000)
    Coach of Austria Wien (2 April 1999–30 May 1999)
  11. People also search for