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The country that is still considered the music center of the world.
Vienna music hall
The birthplace of many famous composers
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Vereinigte Buhein Wien
a style of cuisine native to Austria and composed of influences from throughout the former Austro-Hungarian Empire.
Regional cuisines from Italy, Hungary and the Balkans have had an effect on Austrian cooking, and in turn this fusion of styles was influential throughout the Empire.
Austrian cuisine is most often associated with Viennese cuisine, but there are significant regional variations.
Almost every village has its own bakery, offering a large choice of freshly baked sweet and savoury rolls daily from 6am.
Rye bread (Vollkornbrot, Bauernbrot) is the traditional staple food among peasants.
There is also the common white bread roll (Semmel) which does not have such a heavy taste.
Austrian food is distinctive and delicious, and is traditionally of the stodgy, hearty "meat and dumplings" variety.
Wiener Schnitzel (a bread-crumbed and fried veal escalope) is something of a national dish
Knödel are a kind of dumpling which can be made either sweet or savory according to taste.
Austria is renowned for its pastries and desserts, the most well-known of which is probably the Apfelstrudel.
Some Austrians have a habit of eating sweet flour-based dishes (Mehlspeise) for a main course once a week. Varieties include Kaiserschmarren, Marillenknoedel, and Germknoedel.
Traditionally, main meal – midday meal
Modern days, main meal – around 6pm
Sachertorte – chocolate cake with apricot Jam filling
Tafelspitz -beef boiled in broth
Kaiserschmarrn - light, caramelized pancake with Mountain cranberry sauce
Apfelstrudel – apple filling
Einspänner – double Mokka topped With whipped cream
Dobos torta – 5 layer of spongecake,
Layer chocolate buttercream with thin
Schweinsbraten – roast pork with
Dumpling and cabbage salad
An Australia-Austrian triathlete
Austrian Nordic combined athlete who competed from 1994 to 2007.
He made his Olympic debut as an 18 year old in : 15 km individual event at the 1994 Winter Olympics 4 x 5 km team and 15 km individual events at the 1998 Winter Olympics
Achievements: Won bronze medals in the 7.5 km sprint, 15 km individual and 4 x 5 km team Nordic combined events at the 2002 Winter Olympics Won golds in the 7.5 km sprint and 4 x 5 km team competitions Took silver in the 15 km individual.