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Construction Site 'Residenz zum silbernen Elefanten' (former 'Residenz zum weißen Elephanten'), architecture by Günther Domenig and Gerhard Wallner. Offline and archive only due building completion.
In the native language of the webcam owner
Webcams Baustelle 'Residenz zum silbernen Elefanten' (ehemals 'Residenz zum weißen Elephanten'), Architektur von Günther Domenig und Gerhard Wallner. Wegen Gebäudefertigstellung offline, für Archivzwecke aber weiterhin zugänglich.
Graz (etymologically from Slovenian: "Gradec" IPA: /gra.deʦ/, "little castle"), with a population of 287,723 as of 2006 (of which 250,099 have principal residence status), is the second-largest city in Austria after Vienna and the capital of the federal state of Styria ("Steiermark" in German). Graz has a long tradition as a student city: its six universities have over 40,000 students. Graz's "Old Town" is one of the best-preserved city centers in Central Europe. In 1999, it was added to the UNESCO list of World Cultural Heritage Sites. Graz was sole Cultural Capital of Europe for 2003. Geography: The city is situated on the Mur river, in the south east of Austria. It is approximately 200 km southwest of Vienna or 2.5 hours by train / 2 hours by car. The nearest larger urban center is Maribor in Slovenia which is about 50 km away. Graz is the capital and largest city in Styria, a green and heavily forested area. Climate: Due to its position south east of the Alps, Graz is shielded ... Read more about Graz on Wikipedia