Wachau

(from the article `Niederösterreich`) There were prehistoric settlements in the Danube Gorge (Wachau), in the southeast, and in the Vienna Basin. Later, the area was part of the Roman ...
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Wachau

The Wachau (vaˈxaʊ) is an Austrian valley with a picturesque landscape formed by the Danube river. It is one of the most prominent tourist destinations of Lower Austria, located midway between the towns of Melk and Krems that also attracts `connoisseurs and epicureans` for its high-quality wines. It is {convert|40|km} in length and was already.....
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Wachau

The Austrian wine region is one of eight of the state of Lower Austria and covers 1350 hectares. It is of the Danube flows through, lie at the northern slopes of the banks, many of the most terraced vineyards. The narrow valley along the Danube is only 33, the wine-growing area 15 miles long. The gateway to the west is the Melk Abbey of the Order o...
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