Bruck an der Mur
Bruck-Murzzuschlag District
Austria:Travel prohibited
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Things To Do in Bruck an der Mur

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M32***23The surface of Green Lake is very peaceful. Many people will rent a new boat for white water rafting. It is very pleasant and relaxing. It is worth visiting. There are also great scenery. The scenery on both sides of the bank is changing and beautiful!
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Mountain
Castle
E55***54beautiful scenery of the city. you can either take a lift or a cable to go up. sunset is amazing.
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Square
13901694958The Old Town of Graz is located along the Mur River, a tributary of the Danube. It is the second largest city in Austria. It was an important trading center in the Middle Ages and later became the center of Graz. In 2002, the government rebuilt and modified the square and became a place for public gatherings and sightseeing. When the night comes, music is drifting around the square with soft lights, and the romantic and warm atmosphere is intoxicating.
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Church
乖小咪Graz Cathedral is a famous church in Austria. Although the area of the church is not particularly large, the frescoes here are really super exquisite. Although they have gone through hundreds of years of history, they are still as bright as new. Many stories from the Bible are depicted here, and the special depth is definitely an out-and-out artistic treasure, worthy of everyone's appreciation.
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Museum
GeorgezouThe Armory in Graz is a paradise for weapons lovers. It is the world’s largest historical museum of weapons and equipment. There are many and comprehensive exhibits in it. Of course, this is not a modern weapon, so the most I see is armor. I understand it well. history.
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Historical Architecture
GeorgezouThe Graz Town Hall is located in the central square of the Old Town. It is a Renaissance building from the mid-16th century. The high serial corridors give people a sense of grandeur and grandeur. There is a very unique round marble fountain in one corner of the courtyard. It is surrounded by 5 beautiful bronze pillars. The foot of each pillar is shaped like a half-man and half a goat, supporting a delicately carved bronze. Gazebo.

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