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Austria
   has the capital   
Vienna
Settlements along the Danube near what is now the City of Vienna can be traced back to the 5th century B.C. In 1922, the city was made a province in its own right. In 1938 Austria was "annexed" to Hitler Germany and ceased to exist as a state. Most of Vienna's Jewish population was driven away or exterminated After the end of the Second World War and many years of Allied occupation, Austria regained its independence with the state treaty signed in 1955.
The Lion of Vienna
   is a nickname for   
Nat Lofthouse
English footballer, scored twice in a 1952 victory over Austria
Donauturm
   is in   
Vienna
The 'Danube Tower' was created in 1964 by architect Hannes Lintl.
Alfred Hitchcock
   directed   
Waltzes From Vienna (1933)
Die Wiener Volksoper
   is in   
Vienna
Wiener Staatsoper
   is in   
Vienna
1683
      
John III of Poland Defeated Turks in Vienna
Vienna
   stands on the   
Danube
Austria
Vienna
   has the lyric:   
The Feeling Has Gone Only You and I, It Means Nothing to Me
Ultravox
Amadeus (1984)
   was set in   
Vienna
Mozart and Antonio Salieri
Johnson County
   has the county seat   
Vienna
Formed out of Randolph County in 1812 -- named for Richard M. Johnson who was US Vice President under President Martin Van Buren and was a former Congressman from Kentucky
Austria
   is the site of   
Historic Centre of Vienna
Austrian 50c
   has   
The Secession Building in Vienna
Illustrating the birth of art nouveau in Austria and symbolizing the birth of a new age, representing a bridge to a new monetary era.
Waltzes from Vienna (1934)
   starred   
Esmond Knight, Jessie Matthews and Edmund Gwenn
Director: Alfred Hitchcock. Also starred Fay Compton, Frank Vosper & Robert Hale. Plot: The story of Johann Strauss the elder and younger.
Vienna
   is located in   
Austria
Nussberg Alte Reben
1606
      
Treaty of Vienna
Restores all constitutional and religious rights/privileges to the Hungarians in both Transylvania and Royal Hungary.
1725
      
Treaty of Vienna
Ends Austrian claims to the Spanish throne; Austria helps Spain to reacquire Gibraltar from the British.
1731
      
Treaty of Vienna
Verifies the Quadruple Alliance between the Holy Roman Empire, Britain, the Dutch Empire, and Spain.
1738
      
Treaty of Vienna
Ends the War of the Polish Succession.
1815
      
Congress of Vienna
Conference between ambassadors from the major powers in Europe.
1864
      
Treaty of Vienna
Ends the Second War of Schleswig between Austria and Prussia.
1961
      
Vienna Convention on Dliplomatic Relations
International treaty on diplomatic intercourse and the privileges and immunities of diplomatic missions; came into force in 1964.
1963
      
Vienna Convention on Civil Liability for Nuclear Damate
Sets rules of liability for any and all forms of nuclear damage.
1963
      
Vienna Convention on Consular Relations
Multilateral treaty that codifies consular practices.
1968
      
Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties
Codifies the pre-existing international customary law on treaties with some necessary gap-filling and clarifications.
"Gustav Mahler: Das Lied Von Der Erde"
   was released by   
Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
1952 - inducted in 1981
"Wagner: Der Ring Des Nibelungen"
   was released by   
Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
1958 - inducted in 1998
Vienna
   is at   
48°13'N 16°22'E
Austria
Reunion in Vienna (1933)
   starred   
John Barrymore, Diana Wynyard and Frank Morgan
Director: Sidney Franklin. Also starred Henry Travers, May Robson & Eduardo Ciannelli
Waltzes from Vienna (1934)
   starred   
Esmond Knight, Jessie Matthews, Edmund Gwenn, Fay Compton
Also starring Frank Vosper
Vienna Blood
   was written by   
Adrian Mathews
1999 Silver Dagger
Wilhelm Furtwängler
   was music director of the   
Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
Seiji Ozawa
   was music director of the   
Vienna State Opera
2002-
Now in Vienna There's Ten Pretty Women
      
There's a Shoulder Where Death Comes to Cry
Take This Waltz -- Leonard Cohen
1529
   saw the   
Siege of Vienna
Sets limit to Ottoman expansion into Europe
Kathleen Battle
   recorded   
New Year's Concert in Vienna
Vienna Philharmonic, Herbert von Karajan; Deutsche Grammophon, 1987
Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
   recorded   
Mozart Symphonies Nos. 40 & 41 "Jupiter"
Leonard Bernstein; DG, 1984
Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
   recorded   
Richard Strauss, 4 Last Songs
Kiri Te Kanawa, soprano, George Solti; Decca, 1999
Vienna State Opera Orchestra
   recorded   
Rozsa Conducts Rozsa
Concerto for String Orchestra, others; ABC Records, 1977
Vienna Philharmonic
   recorded   
Sibelius, Symphony No. 1
Lorin Maazel; Decca, 1964
Vienna Philharmonic
   recorded   
Richard Strauss, Ein Heldenleben
London Records, 1976
Kay Boyle
   wrote   
The White Houses of Vienna
1935; Harper's Magazine
Vienna
   has the opening line   
We Walked In The Cold Air, Freezing Breath On A Window Pane
1981, Ultravox
Kamran Ince
   composed   
Siege of Vienna
Symphony No. 3, 1995
J. Strauss II: Tales from the Vienna Woods
   was used in   
The Age of Innocence
Antonio Vivaldi
   is buried in   
Vienna University of Technology, Vienna, Austria
Near St Charles Church, d. 1741
1529
   was the year of the   
Siege of Vienna
Sets limit to Ottoman expansion into Europe
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   -   
Vienna
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