Habsburgs (Austrian)

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Belfries On August 10, 1782, Emperor Joseph II granted permission for the construction of the current aldermen's house on the Grote Markt of Menen, called "het Landhuys".
Budapest Budapest Castle, residence of the Hungarian Habsburg branch
City of Luxembourg As part of the Austrian Netherlands, Luxembourg was part of the Austrian Empire (1713–1792). The Austrians enlarged the casemates in the 1730s and 1740s
Danube Limes The 18th century "saw also the first measures towards a preservation of the remains of ancient buildings, like a decree of Maria Theresia (1740–1780) about preservation and publication of archaeological results, and a stipulation of Franz I concerning the Heidentor at Carnuntum (ID No 31), which needed protection from being dismantled." (Nomination file, p. 102)
Graz Grazer Burg, built by Holy Roman Emperor Frederick III
Great Spa Towns of Europe Kaiserhaus in Baden bei Wien
Hallstatt-Dachstein Rudolfsturm, Hellerhaus
Kladruby nad Labem The estate entered into the possession of the Habsburgs in 1563 and obtained from 1579 onwards the status of Imperial Court Stud Farm. (AB ev)
Kraków under Austrian rule Wawel served as barracks and a military hospital
L'viv Theatre of Opera and Ballet among others
Mostar All administrative buildings were built by the Austrians after 1878 in the Neoclassical style
Old City of Jerusalem Austrian Hospice, built as a pilgrim house and visited in 1869 by Emperor Franz Joseph I
Prague Prague Castle rebuilt by Maria Theresa
Residence of Bukovinian & Dalmatian Metropolitans Built while under Habsburg rule
Schönbrunn Imperial Summer Residence, starting with the era of Maria Theresa of Austria
Semmering Railway Constructed under the Habsburg rule
Vienna Hofburg Palace (housed the Habsburg family)


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