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British and American air raids and artillery duels between the SS and Wehrmacht and the Red Army crippled infrastructure, such as tram services and water and power distribution, and destroyed or damaged thousands of public and private buildings.
Vienna fell eleven days later. As in Berlin, Vienna in September was divided into sectors by the four powers: The four-power occupation of Vienna differed in one key respect from that of Berlin: The control was policed by the four powers on a de facto day-to-day basis, the famous "four soldiers in a jeep" method.
Vienna is in exactly a similar position to Berlin. There was a lack of airfields in the Western sectors, and authorities drafted contingency plans to deal with such a blockade.
The Soviets did not blockade the city. The Potsdam Agreement included written rights of land access to the western sectors, whereas no such written guarantees had covered the western sectors of Berlin.
Also, there was no precipitating event to cause a blockade in Vienna. In Berlin, the Western powers had introduced a new currency in early to economically freeze out the Soviets.
During the 10 years of the four-power occupation, Vienna became a hotbed for international espionage between the Western and Eastern blocs.
While accepting that Germany and Berlin would be divided, the Soviets had decided against allowing the same state of affairs to arise in Austria and Vienna.
Here, the Soviet forces controlled districts 2, 4, 10, 20, 21 and 22 and all areas incorporated into Vienna in They put up barbed wire fences around the perimeter of West Berlin in , but not in Vienna.
By , the Soviets, by signing the Austrian State Treaty , agreed to relinquish their occupation zones in Eastern Austria as well as their sector in Vienna.
In exchange they required that Austria declare its permanent neutrality after the allied powers had left the country.
Later he adapted the screenplay as a novel and published it. In the s, Austrian Chancellor Bruno Kreisky inaugurated the Vienna International Centre , a new area of the city created to host international institutions.
Because of the industrialization and migration from other parts of the Empire, the population of Vienna increased sharply during its time as the capital of Austria-Hungary — In , Vienna had more than two million inhabitants, and was the fourth largest city in Europe after London, Paris and Berlin.
After World War II, the Soviets used force to repatriate key workers of Czech, Slovak and Hungarian origins to return to their ethnic homelands to further the Soviet bloc economy.
Under the Nazi regime, 65, Jewish people were deported and murdered in concentration camps by Nazi forces; approximately , fled.
As of [update] , an official report from Statistics Austria showed that more than , According to the census, Many Roman Catholic churches in central Vienna feature performances of religious or other music, including masses sung to classical music and organ.
On the banks of the Danube, there is a Buddhist Peace Pagoda , built in by the monks and nuns of Nipponzan Myohoji.
Vienna is located in northeastern Austria, at the easternmost extension of the Alps in the Vienna Basin. The city has a total area of Winters are relatively dry and very cold with average temperatures at about freezing point.
Spring is variable and autumn usually cold, with possible snowfalls already in November. Snow in the winter is common, even if rare compared to Western and Southern regions in Austria.
The main reason is that Vienna is planning on having high-rise development. The citizens of Vienna is also opposing the construction of the complex because they are afraid of losing the UNESCO status and also encourage future high-rise development.
The reason why UNESCO is strict on the height of the Construction is that high rise development will dramatically influence the visual integrity of Vienna.
Vienna is composed of 23 districts Bezirke. District residents in Vienna Austrians as well as EU citizens with permanent residence here elect a District Assembly Bezirksvertretung.
City hall has delegated maintenance budgets, e. Consequently, the walls were razed after ,  making it possible for the city centre to expand.
These buildings include the Rathaus town hall , the Burgtheater , the University , the Parliament , the twin museums of natural history and fine art , and the Staatsoper.
It is also the location of New Wing of the Hofburg , the former imperial palace, and the Imperial and Royal War Ministry finished in The mainly Gothic Stephansdom is located at the centre of the city, on Stephansplatz.
The Imperial-Royal Government set up the Vienna City Renovation Fund Wiener Stadterneuerungsfonds and sold many building lots to private investors, thereby partly financing public construction works.
From to , city limits in the West and the South mainly followed another wall called Linienwall at which a road toll called the Liniengeld was charged.
In it was decided to integrate 33 suburbs called Vororte beyond that wall into Vienna by 1 January  and transform them into districts no.
From to , Vienna had expanded only on the right bank of the Danube, following the main branch before the regulation of —, i.
In , the 21st district was created by integrating Floridsdorf, Kagran, Stadlau, Hirschstetten, Aspern and other villages on the left bank of the Danube into Vienna, in Strebersdorf followed.
On 15 October the Nazis created Great Vienna with 26 districts by merging 97 towns and villages into Vienna, 80 of which were returned to surrounding Lower Austria in Industries are located mostly in the southern and eastern districts.
The Innere Stadt is situated away from the main flow of the Danube , but is bounded by the Donaukanal "Danube canal". Across the Danube, where the Vienna International Centre is located districts 21—22 , and in the southern areas district 23 are the newest parts of the city.
In particular, long-term mayor Karl Lueger was able to not apply the general voting rights for men introduced by and for the parliament of imperial Austria, the Reichsrat , in , thereby excluding most of the working class from taking part in decisions.
For Adolf Hitler , who spent some years in Vienna, Lueger was a teacher of how to use antisemitism in politics.
During the period of the First Republic — , the Vienna Social Democrats undertook many social reforms. In February troops of the Austrian federal government under Engelbert Dollfuss , who had closed down the first chamber of the federal parliament, the Nationalrat , in , and paramilitary socialist organisations were engaged in the Austrian Civil War, which led to the ban of the Social Democratic party.
The city has enacted many social democratic policies. The Gemeindebauten are social housing assets that are well integrated into the city architecture outside the first or "inner" district.
The low rents enable comfortable accommodation and good access to the city amenities. Many of the projects were built after the Second World War on vacant lots that were destroyed by bombing during the war.
The city took particular pride in building them to a high standard. Since Vienna obtained federal state Bundesland status of its own by the federal constitution of , the city council is also the state parliament Landtag , and the mayor except — also holds the function of the state governor Landeshauptmann.
The Rathaus accommodates the offices of the mayor Magistrat der Stadt Wien and the state government Landesregierung.
Vienna is one of the wealthiest regions in the European Union: Its gross regional product of EUR 47, per capita constituted With a share of Industry and commerce have a share of The most important business sectors are trade Since the fall of the Iron Curtain in , Vienna has expanded its position as gateway to Eastern Europe: In and in international firms established offices in Vienna.
Altogether, approximately 8, new companies have been founded in Vienna every year since Since , the city hosts the annual Pioneers Festival, the largest start-up event in Central Europe with 2, international participants taking place at Hofburg Palace.
Tech Cocktail, an online portal for the start-up scene, has ranked Vienna sixth among the top ten start-up cities worldwide. The city of Vienna attaches major importance to science and research and focuses on creating a positive environment for research and development.
With a research quota of 3. In 8, IT businesses with a workforce of 64, were located in the Vienna Region. The main products are instruments and appliances for measuring, testing and navigation as well as electronic components.
The British company UBM has rated Vienna one of the Top 10 Internet Cities worldwide, by analysing criteria like connection speed, WiFi availability, innovation spirit and open government data.
According to the broadband strategy of the City, full broadband coverage will be reached by In , international conferences were held in Vienna, making it the second most popular congress location worldwide according to the statistics of the International Congress and Convention Association.
Regarding quality of living, Vienna leads the Quality of Living Ranking by the international Mercer Consulting Group for the seventh consecutive year.
According to the City RepTrack ranking by the Reputation Institute, Vienna has the best reputation in comparison with major global cities.
US climate strategist Boyd Cohen placed Vienna first in his first global smart cities ranking of In the ranking, Vienna reached third place among European cities behind Copenhagen and Amsterdam.
The station is served by 1, trains with , passengers. There is a shopping centre with approximately 90 shops and restaurants.
Seestadt Aspern is one of the largest urban expansion projects of Europe. A 5 hectare artificial lake, offices, apartments and a tube station within walking distance are supposed to attract 20, new citizens when construction is completed in It is a long-term umbrella strategy that is supposed to establish a conducive, long-term and structural framework in order to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from 3.
A stated goal is that, by , all vehicles within the municipal boundaries will run without conventional propulsion technologies. Additionally, Vienna aims to be one of the five biggest European research and innovation hubs in Art and culture had a long tradition in Vienna, including theatre, opera, classical music and fine arts.
The Burgtheater is considered one of the best theatres in the German-speaking world alongside its branch, the Akademietheater.
The Volkstheater Wien and the Theater in der Josefstadt also enjoy good reputations. There is also a multitude of smaller theatres, in many cases devoted to less mainstream forms of the performing arts, such as modern, experimental plays or cabaret.
Vienna is also home to a number of opera houses, including the Theater an der Wien , the Staatsoper and the Volksoper , the latter being devoted to the typical Viennese operetta.
Since Theater an der Wien has taken over the Wiener Kammeroper, a historical small theatre in the first district of Vienna seating spectators, turning it into its second venue for smaller sized productions and chamber operas created by the young ensemble of Theater an der Wien JET.
Before the most successful musical was Elisabeth , which was later translated into several languages and performed all over the world.
The Wiener Taschenoper is dedicated to stage music of the 20th and 21st century. The Haus der Musik "house of music" opened in the year The Wienerlied is a unique song genre from Vienna.
There are approximately 60, — 70, Wienerlieder. In the popular British new romantic group Ultravox paid a tribute to Vienna on an album and an artful music video recording called Vienna.
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Panoramaansicht von Wien, betrachtet vom Kahlenberg. Panorama of Vienna, seen from Kahlenberg. Wien von einem Flieger aus. Vom Nordwesten aus gesehen.
Ansicht der inneren Bezirke. Vedere a districtului interior. Ansicht der Gloriette Statue Johann Strauss Sohn im Stadtpark. Landau carriage on Michaelerplatz.
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