From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Hermannskogel (German pronunciation: [ˈhɛʁmansˌkoːɡl̩] (listen)) is a hill in Döbling, the 19th district of Vienna. At 542 metres above sea level, it is the highest natural point of Vienna. It lies on the border to Lower Austria.
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The Kahlenberg (German pronunciation: [ˈkaːlənˌbɛʁk] (listen)) is a hill (484 m or 1,588 ft) located in the 19th District of Vienna, Austria (Döbling).
The Hermannskogel is a hill in Vienna.At 542 metres above sea level, it is the highest natural point in the city of Vienna. It lies on the border to Lower Austria.. The Habsburgwarte, which stands atop the Hermannskogel marked until 1918 the kilometre zero in cartographic measurements used in Austria-Hungary.
Vienna (German: Wien) is the capital and largest city of Austria.. It is in the east of the country on the river Danube.More than 1,800,000 people live there (2016). It is an administrative district (Bundesland) of its own.
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The Habsburgwarte is a 27 metre-tall tower that stands on Hermannskogel hill in Vienna.It was built by architect Franz von Neumann to resemble a medieval tower. The construction of the Habsburgwarte was funded by the Österreichischer Touristenklub (Austrian Tourist Club) to mark the Emperor Franz Joseph I’s 40th jubilee in 1888.
Vienna (/ v i ˈ ɛ n ə / (); German: Wien ()) is the national capital, largest city, and one of nine states of Austria.Vienna is Austria's most populous city, with about 1.9 million inhabitants (2.6 million within the metropolitan area, nearly one third of the country's population), and its cultural, economic, and political center.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Grinzing was an independent municipality until 1892 and is today a part of Döbling, the 19th district of Vienna.
(vēĕn`ə), Ger. Wien, city and province (1991 pop. 1,539,848), 160 sq mi (414 sq km), capital and largest city of Austria and administrative seat of Lower Austria, NE Austria, on the Danube River.