Budapest: Budapest Castle, residence of the Hungarian Habsburg branch
Cracow: under Austrian rule Wawel served as barracks and a military hospital
Graz: Grazer Burg, built by Holy Roman Emperor Frederick III
Hallstatt-Dachstein: Rudolfsturm, Hellerhaus
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 and 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)
Do you know of another WHS we could connect to Habsburgs (Austrian)?
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