Austria's UNESCO World Heritage Sites
Year: 2011
Run-Time: 1 x 45 min.

Directed by Ronald and Roswitha Vaughan

Vaughan Video
Available worldwide

Languages: German (ORIGINAL) , English (VOICE-OVER)
Format: 16:9

Austria's UNESCO World Heritage Sites

Begnadet für das Schöne

This documentary captures extraordinary places in Austria, which the UNESCO designated as World Heritage Sites. The summer residence of the Habsburgs, the imperial Schönbrunn Palace with its world famous zoo and extensive gardens,belongs to the historico-culturally and artistically most important Baroque complexes in Europe. Salzburg owes its international fame to the incomparable magic of its urban fabric, the scenic beauty of its region and the coincidence that Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born there. At the heart of the legendary Salzkammergut is a special gem - the historic cultural landscape of Hallstatt, Gosau, Obertraun and Bad Goisern. The historic city centre of Graz, the cultural landscapes of the Wachau Valley and around Lake Neusiedl and especially the historical centre of Vienna with the most beautiful monuments in Europe supplement the ranks of uniqueness.

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