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Austria Traditions

Austria Traditions

Austrian folklore derives from the intersection of modern components, originating from the scenery of romantic Vienna, and ancient components of Germanic and Slavic origin, linked to mountain Austria and cemented with the Latin and,...

Austria History 2

Austria History: The First and Second Republic Part II

According to topb2bwebsites, the continuous influx of immigrants in fact represented an element of strong imbalance, which in the early 1990s was grafted onto an economic situation that was not fully positive, giving rise...

Austria History 1

Austria History: The First and Second Republic Part I

Born as a remnant of a process of separation of the non-German populations of the fallen empire, the small Austrian Republic, with its disproportionate capital, fought for two decades against serious constitutional defects and...

Habsburg Austria 2

Habsburg Austria Part II

To the east, only the Banat of Tenesvar (1739) was preserved of what had been snatched from Turkey. Joseph II then bought Galicia and Bucovina (1772), but a new Austro-Russian advance in the Balkans,...

Habsburg Austria 1

Habsburg Austria Part I

A shrewd marriage policy and a fortunate ambition led to a progressive expansion of the Habsburg dominions. In 1335 Albert II received Carinthia and Carniola from the emperor Ludovico the Bavaro, in 1363 Rudolf...

Austria Morphology

Austria Morphology

According to programingplease, the Austrian territory is 70% made up of reliefs; its southern part is occupied by the north-eastern section of the Alps, with the exception of the extreme eastern edge of the...

Austria Human Geography

Austria Human Geography

Reduced in 1919 from an empire of 51 million residents extended for 670,000 km² to a small country of only 83,857 km² and 8,177,000 residents, Austria also demographically expressed its difficulties in adapting to...

Austria Economy

Austria Economy Overview

Having developed into an imperial function, the economic structures of Austria suffered a serious setback from the loss of a vast dominion, rich in mines and agricultural areas, which Vienna had been able to...

Austria Economic Sectors

Austria Economic Sectors

ECONOMY: AGRICULTURE AND LIVESTOCK Agriculture, which is profitable especially in Lower Austria, Upper Austria and Styria, employs approx. 6%. of the active population and contributes to the formation of the GDP for just under...

Austria Culture

Austria Culture

CULTURE: GENERAL INFORMATION If the Austrian folk traditions originate from the union between pagan rites of the Germanic area and Catholic fervor typical of Latin countries, even the official culture is affected by this...