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Capital of Upper Austria: Linz
Highest Mountain: Dachstein (2995m) includes Upper Austria and Styria.
Largest lake: Attersee. Das hilly Upper Austria and the impressive Danube Valley
to the picturesque lakes of the Salzkammergut
and the majestic mountains in the
South of the country is known as a leisure and holiday paradise Upper Austria.
The Cultural History of Upper Austria has plenty to offer:
From the Hallstatt culture, through medieval art treasures to powerful Renaissance palaces and baroque buildings.
On topics streets, guests can get to know the country.
Hallstatt has the oldest salt mines in the world.
The salt deposits in Bad Ischl and Hallstatt are particularly rich,
therefore, the region is known as the Salzkammergut.


Bad Goisern
located on Lake Hallstatt in the holiday region of Dachstein-Salzkammergut.
Gosau
Overwhelmed by the enchanting beauty of the landscape around Gosau Guaranteed is anyone who,
the forces of nature
in the world heritage region Dachstein Hallstatt
visited in the inner Salzkammergut. Dominating the area of jagged Gosaukammbahn,
the two
spitztürmigen churches and of an immense forest density.
As an island is the village surrounded by huge trees in the middle of an area by UNESCO,
the predicate, "World Cultural and Natural Heritage".
Ski Total in the Gosau Valley.
Bad Ischl
A city, as a former summer residence of the emperor
looks back on a long history and in many areas
proudly sporting.
A city but also, because of their historically grown cosmopolitanism
is always gone with time.
The exciting contrast between old and new, between tradition and modernity,
makes the
former summer retreat of the Austrian imperial family to an experience
that
is hard to describe in words and pictures.

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