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  • Graz is the second largest town of Austria, but is paradoxically very little known. The capital of Styria is nonetheless home to one of the most unforgettable historic centres of the Germanic world.
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  • Jazz cellars don't come more atmospheric than the Royal Garden Jazz Club's, set beneath medieval vaulted arches. The music may be modern, but the refreshment is traditional - beer, Zweigelt red wine and Brötchen, slices of pumpern..
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  • New Graz

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    "We are not putting Graz on the map: it's been there a long time." So says Peter Cook, one half of a pair of British architects who have designed the most avant garde building to grace Europe's City of Culture for 2003. ..
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  • Old Graz

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    Where was the first recorded performance of a Shakespeare play outside the British Isles and during the Bard's lifetime? Give up? It was The Merchant of Venice, a hit when it was produced in Graz back in 1608. This is just one of ..
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  • Austrians love their wine. They enjoy it so much that they drink most of the country's production themselves - at home, in restaurants, on picnics, and, in Styria, at a Buschenschank with their Jause. At a recent blind tasting in ..
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  • Old Graz

    A - graz

    Where was the first recorded performance of a Shakespeare play outside the British Isles and during the Bard's lifetime? Give up? It was The Merchant of Venice, a hit when it was produced in Graz back in 1608. This is just one of ..
    [to know more]

  • New Graz

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    We are not putting Graz on the map: it's been there a long time. So says Peter Cook, one half of a pair of British architects who have designed the most avant garde building to grace Europe's City of Culture for 2003. In fact, the..
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