Austria. By: Jaidyn Miller. Land & Climate. Austrian Mountains. Location of the Bavarian and Carnic Alps. http://www.quitepeople.it. http://www.ezilon.com. Austria upholds a mild climate, though mountain areas can be very cold. History.
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By: Jaidyn Miller
Location of the Bavarian and Carnic Alps
Austria upholds a mild climate, though mountain areas can be very cold.
Imperial Palace- Massive building which has a history of housing some of the most powerful people in European History
Otto I, is often considered the founder of Austria because of the great boarders he established.
For traditional events Austrians either wear Lederhosen or a Dirndl.
A small gift
Guests bring gifts to their hosts, when visiting each other’s house.
Matthias Mayer from Austria poses with his gold medal for the men's alpine skiing downhill race, at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics.
Austrians love to be outside, enjoy activities, along with a variety of sports.
Austrians celebrate most U.S. holidays. But have some of their own like Three Kings Day, Religious holidays, St. Nikolaus Day, All Saints’ Day, and a National holiday.
Many families have at least one car.
The Austrian expressway speed limit reaches up to 81 mph. (130 kilometers)
Most Austrians speak German. They also have house phones and cell phones.
Austrian students learning in their classroom.
Education is very important to Austrians