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  • Austria was once the center of a lar geempire stretching from France to Russia and fromthe Baltic Sea to Turkey, imparting a varied heritage to Austria's cuisine.
  • Indeed modern Austria now borders Italy, Hungary and Germany, amongothers -andtheir culinaryinfluences are thestrongest.
  • Austria's capital city of Vienna.
  • The German name sterreich can be translated into English as the "eastern realm", which is derived from the Old German Ostarrichi .

AUSTRIA.. Small Country, Big History 3. HISTORY.

  • The Austro-Hungarian Empire played a decisive role in Central European history.
  • Soon after the Republic of Austria was created at the end of World War I it faced the strains of catastrophic inflation .
  • In the early 1930s worldwide depression and unemployment added to these strains and shattered traditional Austrian society.
  • Austria became free and independent for the first time since 1938.

4. Geography of

  • Austria is located in Central Europe. It is a predominantly mountainous country .
  • Eight countries namely Italy, Switzerland, the Principality of Liechtenstein, Germany, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary and Slovenia form the Austrian border.
  • Vienna is the capital of Austria that lies on the Danube River and is partly surrounded by the hills of the Vienna Woods.

5. Population (2006 est.):8,192,880. Capital and largest city : Vienna 2,041,300. Other large cities :Graz,; Linz,; Salzburg,; Innsbruck. Monetary units :Euro (formerly schilling) Language : German 98% (official nationwide); Slovene, Croatian, Hungarian. Religion: Roman Catholic 74%, Protestant 5%, Islam 4%, other 17% National name:Republik sterreich 6. MoneyCounts 7. DISCOVERVIENNA

  • Austrias capitalVienna spreads along both sides of the'Blue' Danubeat the very foothills of the Alps.
  • Thesebuildings range from the charming Opera House tothe mon umental Natural History Museum.
  • Thepulse of the city can be found along Ringstrasse.
  • Probably themost famous grave is Mozarts hidden somewhere in the St. Marx Cemetery when he died the great composer wasburiedin an unmarked paupers grave that to this day remainsundiscovered.

8. The Austrian Way.

  • In 1965 the 20th Century Fox released a musical film written by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein, directed by Robert Wise which ought to become a promotional tourism film for Austria, The Sound Of Music. It was original shot in the Austrian Alps of Salzburg .
  • The musical is the true story of the Austrian family "von Trapp", who became famous as a singing family, touring through the States in the 1940s.
  • Julie AndrewsasMariaChristopher PlummerasCaptain Georg von Trapp.

9. GreatComposers

  • WolfgangAmadeusMozart(1756-1791)
  • From the very early age of 4 years, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart received musical education from his father. At the age of 5 he was presented as an infant prodigious and performed his first musical tour, through Europe.

10. On January 27th, 2006, the world marked the 250th anniversary of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's birth . 11.

  • Ludwig Van Beethoven(1770-1827)
  • Ludwig van Beethoven received his musical education by his father Johann, who was a singer and instrumentalist in the service of the Elector of Cologne at Bonn.

12. One Man Army

  • AdolfHitler
  • Adolf Hitler was born on April 20, 1889, at Braunau am Inn, Austria, a small town 90 km (55 miles) west of Linz in the province of Upper Austria, on the bank of the River Inn, which formed the border between Germany and what was then Austria-Hungary.

13. Guess Who ????

  • ArnoldSchwarzenegger
  • Arnold Schwarzenegger was born as the son of a policeman in Graz. Because he wanted to get into the local soccer team, he started to workout. Already at this time was his destiny to obtain a perfect body and muscles.

14. CuisineofAustria,. Mahlzeit! This is what we say atthe beginning of a meal. 15. SALADS

  • Austrian Caesar Salad
  • Tomatensalat (Austrian Tomato Salad)

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  • Sauerkraut
  • Sauerkraut is cabbage that has been fermented in salt. The shredded cabbage is mixed with salt and tightly packed into huge stainless steel or fiberglass-lined vats to ferment. During fermentation, lactic acid is created. This is what gives Sauerkraut its unique flavor and texture. After about six weeks, fermentation is complete and the Sauerkraut is ready for packaging.

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  • LiptauerCheese
  • Liptauer cheese is a soft sheep's milk cheese named for the province in Hungary where it originated, Liptau or Lipto. The cheese has very little flavor, so it is commonly seasoned with herbs, garlic, onions and paprika (which turns it red). Other frequently used flavorings include anchovies, capers and mustard.

18. APPETIZERS

  • Austrian cheesecake
  • Austrian Lobster Cocktail
  • Emporer's Omelette ( Kaiserschmarrn )
  • Stuffed Vienna Bread

19. Tapfelspitz

  • The Tafelspitz (boiled beef with potatoes and horseradish) is traditionally served on Sundays, and is normally accompanied by clear broth with dumplings and herbs.

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  • Gulaschsuppe (Goulash Soup)
  • Goulash(Gulasch) is an Austrian national dish. Austrian goulash is an Hungarian influenced stew, highly spiced with paprika. Goulash can be made with any meat and is served either withdumplings,potatoes, spaetzle, noodles or rice but most often with bread or rolls.

21. SOUPS

  • Austrian Cream Cheese Soup.
  • Viennese Beef Soup

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  • WienerSchnitzel
  • Wiener Schni tzel (from the German Wiener Schnitzel, meaning veal fillet Viennese style) is one of the most famous traditional Austrian dishes.
  • Traditionally, Wiener schnitzel is served with roasted potatoes, french fries, or potato salad, or with rice.

23. Kndel

  • Kndel are a kind of dumpling which can be made either sweet or savoury according to taste.

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    • Palatschinken
  • Palatschinkenis a typical Austrian meal and is very quickto cook.

25. DESSERTS

  • Apricot Vienna Tarts.
  • Mozart Cake.
  • Viennese Cake.
  • Burning Love Chocolate Cream Cake

26. AUSTRIAVERYMUCHVIENNA.

  • Apfelstrudel (Apple strudel)
  • Apfelstrudel is a traditional Austrian pastry, and is the most widely known kind of strudel.
  • The prefered traditional way to serve it still hot, adding sugar to the taste, though vanilla ice cream or whipped cream are also very popular.
  • To bake a juicy Apfelstrudel, Elstar apples are recommended.

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  • Topfenstrudel
  • The traditional dough for Topfenstrudel is a flaky dough almost transparent, similar to a phyllo dough.The traditional fillings that are used are apple, cherry, raisin, and cream cheese or "Quark" .

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  • Sachertorte
  • Sachertorte is a chocolate-cake. It is one of the most famous Viennese culinary specialties. The cake consists of two layers of dense, fluffy chocolate dough with a thin layer of apricot jam in the middle and dark chocolate icing on the top and sides.

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  • LINZERTORTE
  • A nutty tart crust, genoise and raspberry preserve , with classic lattice design.

30. SalzburgerNockerln

  • They are little more than hills, and the dish consist of heapedpeaks of foam, a type of souffl.

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  • Danish Pastry
  • The Danish pastry is said to originate from Vienna and in Denmark is calledwienerbrd(Viennese bread). But that is probably because it uses a certain kind of dough consisting of butter and flour in the classic cuisine referred to as "Viennese Dough".

32. Bosner- a quicksnack..

  • Bosner is a spicy (A native or inhabitant of Austria) .Bosner is made with (Bread made with finely ground and usually bleached wheat flour)white bread and is usually grilled briefly before serving.

33. SNACKS AUSTRIAN VANOCKA BEER CHEESE SPREADS BLUE CHEESE CHIPS 34. AustrianBeverages.. 35. VarietiesinCoffee

  • groer Schwarzer
  • A double mocha with Irish whiskey, sugar and whipped cream served in a glass.

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  • Viennese Iced CoffeeCold coffee is poured over mouth-watering vanilla ice-cream and served with whipped cream.

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  • Mazagran A double mocha cooled with ice-cubes and infused with maraschino (a liqueur originally made from the Dalmatian sour cherry), served in a glass.

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  • Stirred iced coffee Delicious vanilla ice-cream with cold mocha and whipped cream stirred into a smooth consistency.

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  • berstrzter Neumann
  • Upside-down Neumann Whipped cream is put in the empty coffee cup and a double mocha is poured over it hence upside-down

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  • Obermayer A double mocha, in