Vindobona

Vindobona (from Gaulish windo- `white` and bona `base/bottom`) was a Celtic settlement and later a Roman military camp on the site of the modern city of Vienna in Austria. Around 15 BC, the kingdom of Noricum was included in the Roman Empire. Henceforth, the Danube marked the border of the empire, and the Romans built fortifications and settle...
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Vindobona

[train] Vindobona (Latin for Vienna) is a named passenger train which began service in 1957 between Berlin and Vienna via Prague, originally by way of the Franz Josef Railway via Tábor and Gmünd, later rerouted via the first Czech railway corridor, Brno and Břeclav. In recent years the route has been extended to run from Hamburg to Villa...
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