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Steyr 310m, is a statutory town and therefore a district on its own. There is also the administrative seat of the district Steyr Land. It lies at the confluence of the rivers Enns and Steyr at the border to Lower Austria in the Alpine foothills region. Panoramic view from the town hall in north direction over the town square, in the background is Castle Lamberg.
In the native language of the webcam owner
Steyr 310m, ist als Statutarstadt ein eigener Bezirk und Sitz der Bezirkshauptmannschaft des Bezirkes Steyr Land und liegt am Zusammenfluss von Enns und Steyr an der Grenze zu Niederösterreich im Alpenvorland. Blick vom Rathaus Richtung Norden über den Stadtplatz, im Hintergrund Schloss Lamberg.
Steyr is a town in the Austrian federal state of Upper Austria, located at the confluence of the rivers Steyr and Enns. It has a long history as a manufacturing center, and has given its name to several manufacturers headquartered there, such as Steyr Mannlicher (a firearms manufacturer best known for the Steyr AUG), Steyr Tractor, and Steyr Automobile. History and sights: Steyr marked its 1,000th anniversary in 1980, undergoing extensive restoration of its historic architecture made the city one of the best preserved old towns in Austria. Steyr is famous for its historic town center around the "Stadtplatz" (town square), which has been very well preserved for several hundred years, and which was largely restored following World War II. Its best-known piece of architecture is called The Bummerlhaus which is considered one of the finest pieces of Gothic architecture for its size in Central Europe. The city is very attractively situated, with two rivers the Steyr and the Enns flowing ... Read more about Steyr on Wikipedia