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Heiligenkreuzkirche Villach2
Heiligenkreuzkirche Villach2
  • Author: gottfriedfüreder Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-08-08 18:23:09
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 46°37'3"N - 13°50'59"O
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St. Nikolaikirche Villach
St. Nikolaikirche Villach
  • Author: gottfriedfüreder Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-08-08 18:19:31
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 46°36'58"N - 13°50'55"O
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Yesterday's Rainbow (1)
Yesterday's Rainbow (1)
  • Author: Chris Haderer Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-07-22 00:00:00
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 46°38'0"N - 13°50'46"O
  • Villach under "The Dome" ... ©hris Haderer 2020 - All Rights Reserved.
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ÖBB 4024 113 en 4024 114 Villach Hbf
ÖBB 4024 113 en 4024 114 Villach Hbf
  • Author: Hans Wiskerke Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-05-02 20:58:50
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 46°37'9"N - 13°51'0"O
  • Talent treinstellen op het einde van "het Blauwe uur"
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Contemplative lad, train to Salzburg departing Villach, Austria
Contemplative lad, train to Salzburg departing Villach, Austria
  • Author: Paul McClure DC Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-09-01 11:15:25
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 46°37'19"N - 13°50'49"O
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ÖBB 1216 025
ÖBB 1216 025
  • Author: trainspotter-stef Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-03-31 17:59:47
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 46°37'9"N - 13°50'56"O
  • Villach 10.2019
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ÖBB 1216 025
ÖBB 1216 025
  • Author: trainspotter-stef Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-10-04 14:46:22
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 46°37'9"N - 13°50'59"O
  • Villach Hbb 4.10.2019
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Denkmal der Namen (Memorial to the Names)
Denkmal der Namen (Memorial to the Names)
  • Author: Chris Haderer Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-01-09 00:00:00
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 46°36'47"N - 13°50'40"O
  • The "Memorial to the Names" (Denkmal der Namen) commemorates the women, men and children of the entire Villach district who were murdered by the Nazis between 1938 and 1945. It was built on the initiative of the "Verein Erinnern" (Remembrance Association). Image taken in association with performance artist Josef Ka.
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20090405 S 1466 VilGasP_03 7459 PhotosAKärnten Villach
20090405 S 1466 VilGasP_03 7459 PhotosAKärnten Villach
  • Author: Morton1905 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2009-05-04 14:00:58
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 46°36'50"N - 13°50'48"O
  • The oldest human traces found in Villach date back to the late Neolithic. Many Roman artifacts have been discovered in the city and its vicinity, as it was near an important Roman road (today called Römerweg) leading from Italy into the Noricum province established in 15 BC. At the time, a mansio named Sanctium was probably located at the hot spring in the present-day Warmbad quarter south of the city centre. After the Migration Period and the Slavic settlement of the Eastern Alps about 600 AD, the area became part of the Carantania principality. When about 740 Prince Boruth enlisted the aid of Duke Odilo of Bavaria against the invading Avars, he had to accept Bavarian overlordship. An 878 deed of donation, issued by the Carolingian ruler Carloman of Bavaria, mentioned a bridge (ad pontem Uillach) near the royal court of Treffen, in what is today Villach.[citation needed] In 979 Emperor Otto II enfeoffed Bishop Albuin of Brixen with the Villach manor. After his death, King Henry II in 1007 ceded the settlement to the newly established Bishopric of Bamberg. The bishops also held the adjacent estates along the strategically important route to Italy up to Pontafel, which they retained until 1759 while the surrounding Carinthian ducal lands passed to the Austrian House of Habsburg in 1335. Villach received market rights in 1060, though it was not mentioned as a town in records until about 1240. The parish church dedicated to St. James was first documented in 1136. Emperor Frederick II conferred the citizens the right to hold an annual fair on the feast of 25 July (Jakobitag) in 1222. The 1348 Friuli earthquake devastated large parts of the town, another devastating earthquake occurred in 1690. There were also several fires in Villach, which destroyed many buildings. The first documented mayor took office in the 16th century. From 1526 onwards, many citizens turned Protestant and the Villach parish became a centre of the new faith within the Carinthian estates, which entailed harsh Counter-Reformation measures by the ecclesiastical rulers. From about 1600, numerous residents were forced to leave the town, precipitating an economic decline. In 1759 the Habsburg empress Maria Theresa formally purchased the Bamberg territories in Carinthia for a price of one million guldens. Villach was incorporated into the "hereditary lands" of the Habsburg Monarchy and became the administrative seat of a Carinthian district. During the Napoleonic Wars, the city was occupied by French troops and became part of the short-lived Illyrian Provinces from 1809, until it was re-conquered by the forces of the Austrian Empire in 1813 and incorporated into the Austrian Kingdom of Illyria by 1816. The city's economy was decisively promoted by a western branch of the Southern Railway line, which finally reached Villach in 1864, providing growth and expansion. By 1880, the town had a population of 6,104. In World War I, Villach near the Italian front was the seat of the 10th Army command of the Austro-Hungarian Army. The town obtained statutory city status during the interwar period on 1 January 1932. After the Austrian Anschluss to Nazi Germany in 1938, the mayor of Villach was Oskar Kraus, an enthusiastic Nazi. On 9 November 1938 Villach was a site of the nationwide Kristallnacht pogroms with violent attacks on the Jewish population. A memorial for the 1919 border conflict that led to the Carinthian Plebiscite caused controversy when it was inaugurated in 2002, as Kraus, who had not been especially prominent in the conflict, was the only person named. During World War II, allied forces bombed Villach 37 times. About 42,500 bombs killed 300 people and damaged 85% of the buildings. Nevertheless, the city quickly recovered. Today, Villach is a bustling city with commerce and recreation, yet it retains its historic background. -------------------------------- Villach (slovenski Beljak), grad u Koruškoj (Kärnten), južna Austrija; 60 500 st. (2015). Leži na utoku rijeke Gail u Dravu, na zapadnom rubu Celovačke kotline. Čvorište važnih cesta i željezničkih pruga iz srednje Europe prema Italiji i Sloveniji. Elektrotehnička, elektronička, kemijska, prehrambena i drvna industrija, proizvodnja piva. Središte visoke tehnologije; fakultet za primjenjene znanosti (osnovan 1995), istraživački tehnološki institut. Termalno kupalište i lječilište (Warmbad). Turizam. Gotička crkva St. Jakob (XIV–XV. st.; barokizirana), dvorac Mörtenegg iz XVI. st., građanske kuće iz XVI. i XVII. st.
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20090405 S 1466 VilGasP_04 7459 PhotosAKärnten Villach.
20090405 S 1466 VilGasP_04 7459 PhotosAKärnten Villach.
  • Author: Morton1905 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2009-05-04 14:11:23
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 46°36'50"N - 13°50'48"O
  • The oldest human traces found in Villach date back to the late Neolithic. Many Roman artifacts have been discovered in the city and its vicinity, as it was near an important Roman road (today called Römerweg) leading from Italy into the Noricum province established in 15 BC. At the time, a mansio named Sanctium was probably located at the hot spring in the present-day Warmbad quarter south of the city centre. After the Migration Period and the Slavic settlement of the Eastern Alps about 600 AD, the area became part of the Carantania principality. When about 740 Prince Boruth enlisted the aid of Duke Odilo of Bavaria against the invading Avars, he had to accept Bavarian overlordship. An 878 deed of donation, issued by the Carolingian ruler Carloman of Bavaria, mentioned a bridge (ad pontem Uillach) near the royal court of Treffen, in what is today Villach.[citation needed] In 979 Emperor Otto II enfeoffed Bishop Albuin of Brixen with the Villach manor. After his death, King Henry II in 1007 ceded the settlement to the newly established Bishopric of Bamberg. The bishops also held the adjacent estates along the strategically important route to Italy up to Pontafel, which they retained until 1759 while the surrounding Carinthian ducal lands passed to the Austrian House of Habsburg in 1335. Villach received market rights in 1060, though it was not mentioned as a town in records until about 1240. The parish church dedicated to St. James was first documented in 1136. Emperor Frederick II conferred the citizens the right to hold an annual fair on the feast of 25 July (Jakobitag) in 1222. The 1348 Friuli earthquake devastated large parts of the town, another devastating earthquake occurred in 1690. There were also several fires in Villach, which destroyed many buildings. The first documented mayor took office in the 16th century. From 1526 onwards, many citizens turned Protestant and the Villach parish became a centre of the new faith within the Carinthian estates, which entailed harsh Counter-Reformation measures by the ecclesiastical rulers. From about 1600, numerous residents were forced to leave the town, precipitating an economic decline. In 1759 the Habsburg empress Maria Theresa formally purchased the Bamberg territories in Carinthia for a price of one million guldens. Villach was incorporated into the "hereditary lands" of the Habsburg Monarchy and became the administrative seat of a Carinthian district. During the Napoleonic Wars, the city was occupied by French troops and became part of the short-lived Illyrian Provinces from 1809, until it was re-conquered by the forces of the Austrian Empire in 1813 and incorporated into the Austrian Kingdom of Illyria by 1816. The city's economy was decisively promoted by a western branch of the Southern Railway line, which finally reached Villach in 1864, providing growth and expansion. By 1880, the town had a population of 6,104. In World War I, Villach near the Italian front was the seat of the 10th Army command of the Austro-Hungarian Army. The town obtained statutory city status during the interwar period on 1 January 1932. After the Austrian Anschluss to Nazi Germany in 1938, the mayor of Villach was Oskar Kraus, an enthusiastic Nazi. On 9 November 1938 Villach was a site of the nationwide Kristallnacht pogroms with violent attacks on the Jewish population. A memorial for the 1919 border conflict that led to the Carinthian Plebiscite caused controversy when it was inaugurated in 2002, as Kraus, who had not been especially prominent in the conflict, was the only person named. During World War II, allied forces bombed Villach 37 times. About 42,500 bombs killed 300 people and damaged 85% of the buildings. Nevertheless, the city quickly recovered. Today, Villach is a bustling city with commerce and recreation, yet it retains its historic background. -------------------------------- Villach (slovenski Beljak), grad u Koruškoj (Kärnten), južna Austrija; 60 500 st. (2015). Leži na utoku rijeke Gail u Dravu, na zapadnom rubu Celovačke kotline. Čvorište važnih cesta i željezničkih pruga iz srednje Europe prema Italiji i Sloveniji. Elektrotehnička, elektronička, kemijska, prehrambena i drvna industrija, proizvodnja piva. Središte visoke tehnologije; fakultet za primjenjene znanosti (osnovan 1995), istraživački tehnološki institut. Termalno kupalište i lječilište (Warmbad). Turizam. Gotička crkva St. Jakob (XIV–XV. st.; barokizirana), dvorac Mörtenegg iz XVI. st., građanske kuće iz XVI. i XVII. st.
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foreign invaders
foreign invaders
  • Author: leogaggl Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-01-14 12:56:02
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 46°36'43"N - 13°50'44"O
  • no reindeers and santa here.
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morning sun
morning sun
  • Author: leogaggl Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-01-14 08:16:43
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 46°36'57"N - 13°52'10"O
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winter river reflection
winter river reflection
  • Author: leogaggl Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-01-12 20:07:08
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 46°36'29"N - 13°51'38"O
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IMG_20181216_184428_876
IMG_20181216_184428_876
  • Author: Doc. Ing. Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-12-16 18:44:28
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 46°36'47"N - 13°50'43"O
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Villach ARZ Terminal2, 08/07/2019.
Villach ARZ Terminal2, 08/07/2019.
  • Author: JorisRail Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-07-08 17:37:58
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 46°37'14"N - 13°51'48"O
  • De 2063 028 van de ÖBB rangeert op 08/07/2019 met enkele DDm autotransporters voor de Urlaubs Express naar Düsseldorf en Hamburg in de grote Autoreisezug Terminal 2 van Villach.
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