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Vienna 173m, capital and also 1 of the 9 Austrian states in the northwestern area of the Vienna Basin at the Danube. Panoramic view from the hill Am Himmel 330m in direction of the city centre to Hofburg Palace and the National Library at the Burgring section of the circular road Ringstrasse.
In the native language of the webcam owner
Wien 173m, Bundeshauptstadt und zugleich eines der neun Bundesländer Österreichs im nordwestlichen Bereich des Wiener Beckens an der Donau. Blick vom Am Himmel 330m, Richtung Innenstadt zur Hofburg und der Nationalbibliothek am Burgring.
The Innere Stadt is the first Viennese Municipality District. The Innere Stadt is the old town of Vienna. Until the city boundaries were expanded in 1850, the Innere Stadt was congruent with the city of Vienna. Traditionally it was divided into four quarters, which were designated after important town gates: "Stubenviertel" (northeast), "Kärntner Viertel" (southeast), "Widmerviertel" (southwest), "Schottenviertel" (northwest). The Ringstraße circles the Innere Stadt along the route of the former city walls. The first district is, with a workforce of 100,745, the largest employment locale in Vienna. This is partially due to tourism, as well as the presence of many corporate headquarters due to the district's central location. Geography: Innere Stadt is the central district of Vienna. It borders on Leopoldstadt in the northeast, on Landstraße in the east, on Wieden and Mariahilf in the south, on Neubau and Josefstadt in the west, and on Alsergrund in the north. The district border, ... Read more about Innere Stadt on Wikipedia