The Venus of Willendorf, now known in academia as the Woman of Willendorf, is a 11.1-centimetre (4.4 in) high statuette of a female figure estimated to have been made between about 28,000 and 25,000 BCE. It was found in 1908 by a workman named Johan…
Latitude and longitude of Sankt Polten
Sankt Pölten (German pronunciation: [zaŋkt ˈpœltn̩]), often abbreviated to St. Pölten, is the capital and largest city of the State of Lower Austria in northeast Austria. With 52,747 inhabitants as of 1 January 2015, it is Lower Austria's largest city.
Latitude: 48° 12' 0.00" N
Longitude: 15° 37' 59.99" E
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Lower Austria (German: Niederösterreich, pronounced [ˈniːdɐˌʔøːstɐʀaɪ̯ç]; Czech: Dolní Rakousy; Slovak: Dolné Rakúsko) is the northeasternmost state of the nine states in Austria. The capital of Lower Austria since 1986 is Sankt Pölten, the most rec…
Melk Abbey (German: Stift Melk) is a Benedictine abbey above the town of Melk, Lower Austria, Austria, on a rocky outcrop overlooking the Danube river, adjoining the Wachau valley.
The Vienna Woods (German: Wienerwald) are forested highlands that form the northeastern foothills of the Northern Limestone Alps in the states of Lower Austria and Vienna.
The Battle of Dürenstein (also known as the Battle of Dürrenstein, Battle of Dürnstein and Battle of Diernstein; German: Gefecht bei Dürrenstein), on 11 November 1805, was an engagement in the Napoleonic Wars during the War of the Third Coalition. D…
Artstetten Castle (German: Schloss Artstetten) is a castle near the Wachau valley in Lower Austria, in the community of Artstetten-Pöbring.
The Zwentendorf Nuclear Power Plant was the first nuclear plant built in Austria, of 6 nuclear plants originally envisaged. The plant at Zwentendorf, Austria was finished, but never operated.
Danube University Krems (subtitled University for Continuing Education Krems; German: Donau-Universität Krems and Universität für Weiterbildung Krems, respectively) calls itself "the only state-funded university throughout Europe that has specialize…
Zwentendorf an der Donau is a small market municipality in the Austrian state of Lower Austria. It is located at (48°21′N15°54′E), in the Tullnerfeld on the southern bank of the Danube. The place attained public attention as the site of the only Au…
Göttweig Abbey (German: Stift Göttweig) is a Benedictine monastery near Krems in Lower Austria.
The Kamp is a 153 km long river in northern Austria, left tributary of the Danube. The source of the Kamp is on the border of Lower Austria and Upper Austria, near the town Liebenau, in the Mühlviertel. It flows generally east through Rapottenstein …
Burgruine Dürnstein is a ruin of a castle in Lower Austria, Austria.
The St. Pölten University of Applied Sciences (German: Fachhochschule St. Pölten) was founded in 1993 and has approximately 1,600 students enrolled. It currently offers 14 degree programmes. Study opportunities comprise degree programmes and continu…
New Design University is a private university in St. Pölten, Austria.
Aggstein Castle (German: Burgruine Aggstein, lit. "castle ruins of Aggstein") is a ruined castle on the right bank of the Danube in Wachau, Austria. The castle dates back to the 12th century.
The Traisen is a river in Lower Austria.
St. Pölten Hauptbahnhof is the main station at St.
Schallaburg is a village in the municipality of Schollach, in Lower Austria, Austria. Schallaburg is situated at an altitude of 310 m. The Schallaburg Castle is one of the best known Renaissance style castles in Austria.