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Create your own video on http://studio.stupeflix.com/?w=1 ! Vienna in
1858. Inhabitants according to official census figures: 1800 to 2005.
Stephansdom. Vienna State Opera. The Museum moderner Kunst ("museum of
modern art") is a part of the Museumsquartier. Vienna's oldest church:
the Ruprechtskirche. The Jugendstil Karlsplatz Stadtbahn Station by
Otto Wagner. The ULF tram stock, designed by Porsche and built by
Siemens boasts an entry height of 180mm (7in), the lowest in the world.
Of these vehicles, by 2003 some 150 were in use by the municipal Wiener
Linien, along with around 400 older high-floor models (substitution
proceeding). Wien Westbahnhof, the starting point of the Austrian
Western Railway. River Danube, Brigittenauer Brücke (bridge) and
Millennium Tower in Vienna (view from Donauturm). View of Vienna from
Leopoldsberg. The "Alte Donau", one of the top bathing and recreation
spots. Steffen Hofmann, playing for Rapid Wien. Sachertorte. The
Riesenrad in the Wiener Prater. The Hermesvilla, in rural Hietzing.

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