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This webcam is currently assigned to Hotel Goldener Ochs. It was originally added on April 20, 2010 and has been viewed 43,895 times since then. The current picture above was taken 9 minutes ago, thereby the webcam seems to be currently active. So far, it was added to their personal favorites on webcams.travel by 0 people.

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Blick vom Hotel Goldener Ochs in Bad Ischl im Salzkammergut auf die Traun und die Esplanade.

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Further information about Bad Ischl

Bad Ischl is a town in Austria. It lies in the southern part of the state of Upper Austria, in the area known as the Salzkammergut. The town has a population of 14,115 (1.1.2004) and an area of 162.85 km². The Katrin Alpine Pasture is found in the town. During the time of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, the town was the summer residence of Emperor Franz Joseph. It is located about 50 km from Vöcklabruck, the "Gateway to the Salzkammergut". On August 19, 1853 the engagement between Emperor Franz Joseph I and Empress Elisabeth of Bavaria took place at Esplanade No. 10, which since 1989 has been the location of the Museum der Stadt Bad Ischl. In 1854, the Emperor's mother, Archduchess Sophie, gave him the Kaiservilla (Imperial Villa) as a wedding present. The villa became the imperial family's summer residence; Franz Joseph described it as "heaven on Earth" . On 28 July 1914, in the Kaiservilla, the Emperor signed a declaration of war with Serbia, signalling the start of World War I. To ... Read more about Bad Ischl on Wikipedia

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