|Building the Semmering Railway - a World Heritage Site|
Early in the 19th century, the need was recognised for a railway through the picturesque Semmering area, nicknamed "Zauberberg".
|Structures of Semmering mountain Railway - world heritage|
In 1848 20,000 workers started with the building of viaducts, bridges and tunnels. The Kalte Rinne viaduct is a real tour de force, many photographers ran out of film.
|Semmeringvilla's & Semmering Railway - world heritage site|
he Villa Daheim is now a hotel and restaurant where the atmosphere of the past is well preserved. Most of the villas were built between 1850 and 1910.
|Semmering Railway & architecture - world heritage site|
The Waldhof, the Südbahnhotel, The Panhans, The Silbere Schlössl and the Wagner are just a few of the great names that wrote the history of health res
|Südbahnhotel & Kurhaus of Semmering - world heritage|
After the second world war the dignitary, the wealthy, the aristocrat and the artist discovered new worlds and turned their back on the Semmering.
|World Heritage Sites - Semmering Railway #06|
The prestigious Semmering villas are being used as second homes, others as country hotels on the Zauberberg.
|Kaiserbrunnen along Semmering Railway - world heritage|
Semmering has something else that is special. The drinking water for Vienna comes from here.
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