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Kramgasse
Country: Switzerland

What Does Kramgasse Mean? What Is It? The Kramgasse translates in English to “Grocers Alley”, and it is one of the main streets in the Old City of Bern, the medieval city center in the capital of Switzerland. It was once the center of ...

St. Lambrecht
Country: Austria

St. Lambrecht, a Benedictine Abbey, was founded in the 12th century by Henry III, Duke of Carinthia. The monastery complex was built in 1640 to designs by Domenico Sciassi. The church dates from the 14th century, but it was rebuilt in the Baroque s ...

Eisenerzer Alpen
Country: Austria

You can reach the Eisenerzer Alpen (iron-ore alps) by following the steep, narrow valley of the Enns river. This gorge, called Gesause, begins a short distance from Admont, near Hieflau. The entrance to the gorge presents great views of the river a ...

Historisk Museum
Country: Norway

The Historisk Museum is also called the Museum of Cultural History. It is a part of the University of Oslo in Norway. In 1999, the museum was established when the Universitetets kulturhistoriske museum was merged with the Viking Ship Museum. Since ...

Sjomannskirken
Country: Norway

Sjomannsmisjon, refers to the Seamen’s Mission. In 1954, this mission acquired a gorgeous building located on the Bygdoy. This building was used to help the sailors and others that were working in the Oslo Harbor. The building was a house and ...

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