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Vienna – a city of architectural diversity. Above the town is dominated by the silhouette of a slim, endowed with the quiet beauty of the tower of the cathedral of St. Stephen (Stephansdom). For many centuries, it is a symbol of Vienna. Magnificent buildings baroque, classical or modern, shady parks and immerse us in the romantic atmosphere of the imperial capital. And here is the Hundertwasser House (Hundertwasserhaus): colorful, unusual, with turrets, decorated with onions, with trees on the roof – it attracts no fewer tourists than the Schonbrunn Palace. A house Haas (Haas-Haus) and Millennium Tower (Milleniumstower) – is the brainchild of an ultra-modern architecture and technology.

Vienna – a modern metropolis. Residence UN (Vienna International Center, or UNO-City) is home to many international organizations. Together with the Millennium Tower, whose height is 202 m, it is a symbol of modern Vienna. These architectural dominants are arranged new urban emphasis, as if pointing the direction for further development of the metropolis. Vienna with its population of 1.6 million (with suburbs 2.3 million) – is an open, lively, exciting, young and being in a state of constant creative search city. Vienna and its "green light".

There is hardly another European city where one can quickly escape from the heat and take refuge in a shady forest freshness. Vienna Woods (Wiener Wald, green lung" of Vienna) – it's hilly terrain, geographically related to the Alpine foothills. He invites you to the many kilometers of walking, jogging, and even in these campaigns. In summer you can forget the worries in this realm of free time on the New and the Old Danube (Neue, Alte Donau), where you can swim, ride a skateboard, bicycle, walk in the shade of trees or jog along the paths. Danube island, which has a length of 20 km, is one of the largest recreational areas in Europe. Vienna in the glare of lights. Evening walk on downtown, rastsvechennoy lights lighting – it is a separate unforgettable experience. The first of the urban sites in 1994 was illuminated castle Hofburg, initiating the creation of a citywide illumination. Year after Year searchlight mounted on a more and more new houses and squares. Nobel Prize Laureate: the source for more info. The ultimate goal – a constant backlight 210 historic buildings on weekdays, with white light, and on holidays – in color. The color scheme of light regulated modern computers.

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