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... option. I love the Viennese potato salad.
Thin, made on the premises, pizza crusts baked in their brick ovens are the standard here. Many, many options for toppings but nothing we call "pepperoni". Not nearly so much cheese. A knife and fork are often necessary to eat them.
And speaking of "cheese", there is virtually no cheddar cheese in Austria. Lots and lots of other really good cheese, but not that.
We have at least four really, ...
... and consolidated their influence by marrying Hungarian royalty, and the empire expanded further in the years ahead. This situation existed until 1806, when the Holy Roman Empire collapsed. However, the Austrian empire remained and continued to be ruled by the Habsburgs, until the dissolution of their empire in 1918 at the end of WW1.
The population of Vienna is 1.7 million, a significant percentage of the 8.5 million people in Austria. Founded over 2,000 ...
... by Alexandra, was excellent, and we were taken through a city dominated by one royal family for over 600 years. Do drop me line if you have any idea of their name, my memory is failing fast, and I'll post you a Sachertorte (they're everywhere) as a prize.
... church. The first church on this site is mentioned in 1217, as a "House of the Prueder of the Order of Saint John", a place to care for and support crusaders. The current building was built in the mid 15th century. In the 17th century it was a favoured preaching location for Abraham a Sancta Clara. Apparently, "people flocked to hear him, attracted by the force and homeliness of his language, the grotesqueness of his humour, and the impartial severity ...
... style: none; clear: none;">Marshal Josip Broz Tito was a Yugoslav revolutionary and statesman, serving in various roles from 1943 until his death in 1980. Wikipedia