Vienna, Austria By: Whitley Culver Brittney Richards And David Bogart
History Vienna 15 b.c.
Founded 2509 years ago, in 500 b.c.
Was once a Roman frontier city guarding the Roman Empire against Germanic tribes to the North, in 15 b.c.
Became capital of the First Austrian Republic after World War I, in 1918.
During the 1920’s and 1930’s Vienna was the bastion of socialism in Austria, and was known as the “Red Vienna.”
Vienna has a moderate continental climate: colder winters and warm summers, with not too much precipitation evenly spread over the entire year.
It rains or snows, on average, no more than nine and not less than seven days a month.
On average, 2,000 hours of sunshine are registered here annually, and it can get really hot in summertime.
The best time to travel is spring, the beginning of summer, and autumn.
The largest city in Austria, by far
Population is around 1,7 million people
10th largest city by population in the European Union.
National Boundaries Location And Vienna is located in the north-east of Austria, at the eastern most part of the Alps, in the Vienna Basin. Austria is surrounded by the countries, Italy, Germany, Switzerland, Czech Republic, Slovenia, Slovakia, and Hungary.
Swimming pool (indoor)
Garage- 7 car
Guest Apartment and two staff apartments
Technical room and Drawing room
Gym, spa, sauna, and a steam bath.
The Penthouse Price: $1,424,170.00
Primary schools (elementary schools) hold grades 1st-4th.
Education is very important aspect in Vienna.
Main center for education
11 universities (near by), and 7 are international.
A total of 92 secondary schools (high schools). 68 public-24private; they hold grades 5th-12th.
25 hospitals in Vienna:
17 Public hospitals 5 Private hospitals 3 with English speaking doctors
Vienna’s hospitals have been rewarded a high reputation internationally.
Produces half of Austria’s capital goods, and almost half of its consumer goods.
Leading industries include:
manufacturing machinery (primarily electrical machinery and transportation equipment), electrical products, chemicals, and metal products.
special Viennese products are:
silk, velvet, linen, ceramics, jewelry, scientific and musical instruments, watches, cutlery, leather goods, furniture, paper, and carpets.
Oil processing, brick making, and cement work are important as well.
Very efficient train and bus network.
3rd largest train network in the world.
There are 7 train stations that begin at several train lines, along with a large number of smaller stations, important for local traffic.
The fair for buses and trains depend on the length of the journey.
You can buy tickets that last either 24 hours, weekly, monthly, or even yearly, that can be used for both trains and buses.
Vienna’s 100 art museums attract over 8 million people a year
The Kunsthistorisches Museum in the number one museum; it is also known as the Museum of Fine Arts.
Attractions: Parks and Gardens
Vienna is also home to many parks and gardens.
Famous parks and garden are the Stadtpark, the gardens of the Baroque Palace (where the state treaty was signed), and the Prateo.
Attractions: Music,Theatre, and Churches
Vienna has very successful music, theatre, and opera houses.
There are also many famous churches that draw in large crowds.
Conclusion Vienna, Austria is the perfect place to live!