The smallest vineyard in Vienna is Schwarzenbergplatz 5, located near Vienna's Ring Road. The area is about 50 square meters. Despite this small size, the mayor of Vienna has come to collect grapes in person since early October 1988. Followed by the owner of the vineyard, members of the Vienna Wine Association and a large number of journalists. This has become a traditional activity called B&252; rgermeisterlese in German, which means "Mayor's Collection" in Chinese. The grapes here are mainly white grapes, and Austria's most famous Gr 252; NER Veltliner accounts for 30% of them. All grapes will be brewed together into a Vienna specialty wine Wiener Gemischter Satz "Vienna Mixed Wine" in about 50 bottles. These wine parties are auctioned at the annual Licht ins Dunkel "Bring Light to Darkness" charity event held before Christmas. If you came to Vienna in October, you might see the mayor busy working in the grape field.
On the way to MeiJing Palace, you can see a fountain two or three stops away from MeiJing Palace, behind which is a Soviet monument, ready to visit this place. After getting off, the first thing I saw was the French Embassy. Then when I saw the Soviet Monument, I couldn't help but remember Berlin. How much I missed that city?
Montenegros most famous buildings in the square was built in 1949, the Soviet hero monument, this is against Nazi Germany and Austria Hitler and an important symbol of victory. Monument reads: the independence and liberation and for Europe in the anti-fascist bandits red army soldiers killed in battle is immortal! Waving the red flag in the square, gun of the red army soldiers show obvious characteristics of communism.
Vienna Montenegro Square, located in the downtown area of Vienna, is one of the few venues in Vienna to commemorate the Soviet Red Army. The square is not very large. In the middle stands a monument to the defeat of the Soviet Red Army against Nazi Germany. The buildings around the square are also very old. It's good to take a stroll.
The most prominent building on the square is the Soviet Hero Monument built in 1949, which is an important symbol of Austria's victory against Nazi Germany and Hitler. The red flag and gun-loaded Red Army fighters displayed distinct Communist features, and the monument proudly read : The Red Army fighters who died in the battlefield of anti-fascist bandits for the independence of Europe are immortal.
Square is very convenient and convenient, foreign friends must come to this place to play! It's not interesting to go alone.