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Kitzbühel - ski village, Tyrol, Austria

Kitzbühel é um dos maiores destinos de esqui da Áustria nos Alpes Kitzbühel na região de Tyrol, onde acontece o Campeonato Mundial de Esqui.

Kitzbühel é o centro administrativo do distrito que leva o mesmo nome, Kitzbühel.

Kitzbühel - ski village, Tyrol, Austria


Centro da cidade, Paisagens e o Lago Pesquise Hotéis em Kitzbuhel


Esqui em Kitzbühel

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Áustria (Österreich)

Landschaften von Österreich

Áustria é um país localizado na Europa Central. Faz fronteira com a Alemanha e com a República Checa no norte, Eslováquia e Hungria a leste, Eslovênia e Itália a sul e Suíça e Liechtenstein a oeste.
Áustria (Österreich) Pesquise Hotéis em Tyrol


Maria Alm - Viilage in Zell am See, Austria

Maria Alm am Steinernen Meer is a municipality in the district of Zell am See (Pinzgau region), in the state of Salzburg in Austria, located about 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) east of Saalfelden. The population (as of December 2005) is 2,076.

Maria Alm, especially known for winter tourism, is a member of Ski Amade, a network of 28 ski areas and towns that together make up the largest ski area in Europe.
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Maria Alm - Zell am See, Austria
Photo source: Thalerhof Hotel

Austrian Village of Maria Alm Recommended hotels in Maria Alm

Caminhadas - Hiking in Maria Alm

Vacations, Férias - 2011

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Watch also: Hallstatt (Salzkammergut) - Áustria
Hallstatt, Austria


Hohenwerfen Castle

Hohenwerfen Castle ( German: Burg Hohenwerfen ) stands high above the Austrian town of Werfen in the Salzach valley, approximately 40 km (25 mi) south of Salzburg. The castle is surrounded by the Berchtesgaden Alps and the adjacent Tennengebirge mountain range. The fortification is a "sister" of Hohensalzburg Castle both dated from the 11th century.

The former fortification was built between 1075 and 1078 during the Imperial Investiture Controversy by the order of Archbishop Gebhard of Salzburg as a strategic bulwark atop a 155 m (509 ft) high rock. Gebhard, an ally of Pope Gregory VII and antiking Rudolf of Rheinfelden, had three major castles extended to secure the Salzburg archbishopric against the forces of King Henry IV : Hohenwerfen, Hohensalzburg and Petersberg Castle at Friesach in Carinthia. Nevertheless Gebhard was expelled in 1077 and could not return to Salzburg until 1086, only to die at Hohenwerfen two years later.

In the following centuries Hohenwerfen served Salzburg's rulers, the prince-archbishops, not only as a military base but also as a residence and hunting retreat. The fortress was extended in the 12th century and to a lesser extent again in the 16th century during the German Peasants' War, when in 1525 and 1526 riotous farmers and miners from the south of Salzburg moved towards the city, laying fire and severely damaging the castle.

Alternatively it was used as a state prison and therefore had a somewhat sinister reputation. Its prison walls have witnessed the tragic fate of many 'criminals' who spent their days there - maybe their last - under inhumane conditions, and, periodically, various highly ranked noblemen have also been imprisoned there including rulers such as Archbishop Adalbert III, arrested by his own ministeriales in 1198, Count Albert of Friesach (in 1253), the Styrian governor Siegmund von Dietrichstein... .Wikipedia

Featured Hotels in Werfen

Hohenwerfen Castle, Salzburg - Austria

Subindo para o Castelo / Going up to the Castle

Movie: Werfen and Burg Hohenwerfen
Featured Hotels in Salzburg


Luta de espadas no Castelo / Sword fight in the Castle
Torneio de voos de Águia / Tournament flights from Eagle
Werfen, Austria, 2002: Winter / Inverno
Hohenwerfen Castle
Hohenwerfen Falkenshow

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Hallstatt, Áustria

Hallstatt é uma aldeia em Salzkammergut, Alta Áustria, região da Áustria.
Está localizada perto do lago Hallstätter See. Hallstatt é historicamente conhecida pela sua produção de sal a partir das minas locais.

Hallstatt, Austria Reserve seu hotel em Hallstatt, Austria

A localidade deu o seu nome à cultura da Idade do Ferro denominada Cultura de Hallstatt.

Em 1997 foi declarada Património da Humanidade pela UNESCO no conjunto denominado Paisagem Cultural de Hallstatt-Dachstein, Salzkammergut. É uma grande atração turística da Áustria pela paisagem natural e construída. Wikipedia

Hallstatt, Salzkammergut

Journey from Salzburg to Hallstatt via Attnang Puchheim - 05/2010

Grossglockner Alpine Road - Austria

O Grossglockner High Road Alpina (em alemão Großglockner-Hochalpenstrasse) é uma estrada panorâmica na Áustria, no estado de Salzburg. Ela liga o estado de Salzburgo, com o estado de Caríntia. Grossglockner é o nome da maior montanha da Áustria, com (3798m). Com 48 quilômetros de extensão, inclui 36 curvas e tem uma subida de altitude para 2.504 metros.

O vídeo começa a partir do extremo sul fora da aldeia de Heiligenblut e termina na pedágio de Maut, pouco antes Fusch.
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Grossglockner Alpine Road - Austria

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This is a somewhat compressed/abbreviated video of the Grossglockner High Alpine Road in Austria. The pass itself is 48 kilometres in length, comprises 36 bends and has an altitude ascent to 2504 metres. The name Grossglockner is taken from the mountain which is the highest in Austria (3798m) and can be viewed from several stretches of the road. The video starts from the southern end just outside the village of Heiligenblut and finishes at the Toll/Maut station just before Fusch.