C. M. Peniston-Bird
Clio Press, 1997 - History - 159 pages
Vienna is a paradox in the heart of Europe. A capital and a province, cosmopolitan and insular, the city has evoked feelings of love and hatred, often simultaneously. Vienna is one of the world's truly great cities. Its vibrant musical and theatrical life, as well as its museums, parks and coffee houses, attract tourists from all over the world.
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TOURISM AND GUIDEBOOKS
BIOGRAPHIES AUTOBIOGRAPHIES MEMOIRS DIARIES
LANGUAGE AND DIALECTS
EDUCATION AND TRAINING
CULTURE AND THE ARTS
FOOD AND DRINK
INDEX OF AUTHORS
INDEX OF TITLES
INDEX OF SUBJECTS
MAP OF VIENNA
ARCHITECTURE AND URBAN PLANNING