Eduard Gurk, Mariazell von der Bürgeralpe (Guckkastenblatt), um 1833 © Albertina, Wien

Eduard Gurk, Mariazell von der Bürgeralpe (Guckkastenblatt), um 1833 © Albertina, Wien

Eduard Gurk, Der Große Höllstein mit der Ansicht gegen Mariazell (Guckkastenblatt), 1835 © Albertina, Wien

Eduard Gurk, Der Große Höllstein mit der Ansicht gegen Mariazell (Guckkastenblatt), 1835 © Albertina, Wien

Eduard Gurk, Mariazell vom Annaberg (Guckkastenblatt), um 1833 © Albertina, Wien

Eduard Gurk, Mariazell vom Annaberg (Guckkastenblatt), um 1833 © Albertina, Wien

Eduard Gurk, Der Hauptplatz mit dem Ferdinandsbrunnen in Baden bei Wien (Guckkastenblatt), 1833 © Albertina, Wien

Eduard Gurk, Der Hauptplatz mit dem Ferdinandsbrunnen in Baden bei Wien (Guckkastenblatt), 1833 © Albertina, Wien

Eduard Gurk, Beim "Toten Weib" in der Frein (Guckkastenblatt), 1834 © Albertina, Wien

Eduard Gurk, Beim "Toten Weib" in der Frein (Guckkastenblatt), 1834 © Albertina, Wien

Eduard Gurk, Das Innere der Basilika von Mariazell (Guckkastenblatt), 1833 © Albertina, Wien

Eduard Gurk, Das Innere der Basilika von Mariazell (Guckkastenblatt), 1833 © Albertina, Wien

Eduard Gurk, Das Kaiserhaus in Baden bei Wien (Guckkastenblatt), 1833 © Albertina, Wien

Eduard Gurk, Das Kaiserhaus in Baden bei Wien (Guckkastenblatt), 1833 © Albertina, Wien

Eduard Gurk, Blick auf die Weilburg vom Urtelstein im Helenental bei Baden (Guckkastenblatt), 1833 © Albertina, Wien

Eduard Gurk, Blick auf die Weilburg vom Urtelstein im Helenental bei Baden (Guckkastenblatt), 1833 © Albertina, Wien

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File:Eduard Gurk - Der große Dom in der Adelsberger Grotte - ca1834.jpeg

Eduard Gurk, Die Basilika Mariazell vom Kirchplatz aus (Guckkastenblatt), um 1833 © Albertina, Wien

Eduard Gurk, Die Basilika Mariazell vom Kirchplatz aus (Guckkastenblatt), um 1833 © Albertina, Wien


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"Spinnerin am Kreuz", Rudolf von Alt, 1841. Wien, Vienna, Österreich, Austria, mysteries, Geschichte, History, Hinrichtungsstätte, place of execution, Theresia Kandl, Mörderin, murderess

"Spinnerin am Kreuz", Rudolf von Alt, 1841. Wien, Vienna, Österreich, Austria, mysteries, Geschichte, History, Hinrichtungsstätte, place of execution, Theresia Kandl, Mörderin, murderess

Postoina cave, Slovenia   Postojna Cave (Slovene: Postojnska jama; German: Adelsberger Grotte; Italian: Grotte di Postumia) is a 20,570 m long Karst cave system near Postojna, Slovenia. It is the second longest cave system in the country (following the Migovec Cave System) as well as one of its top tourism sites. The caves were created by the Pivka River.

Postoina cave, Slovenia Postojna Cave (Slovene: Postojnska jama; German: Adelsberger Grotte; Italian: Grotte di Postumia) is a 20,570 m long Karst cave system near Postojna, Slovenia. It is the second longest cave system in the country (following the Migovec Cave System) as well as one of its top tourism sites. The caves were created by the Pivka River.

Predjamski Castle, Slovenia was first mentioned in the year 1274 with the German name Luegg, when the Patriarch of Aquileia built the castle in Gothic style. The castle was built under a natural rocky arch high in the stone wall to make access to it difficult. It was later acquired and expanded by the Luegg noble family, also known as the Knights of Adelsberg (the German name of Postojna). Photo credit - Olivia Munroe

Predjamski Castle, Slovenia was first mentioned in the year 1274 with the German name Luegg, when the Patriarch of Aquileia built the castle in Gothic style. The castle was built under a natural rocky arch high in the stone wall to make access to it difficult. It was later acquired and expanded by the Luegg noble family, also known as the Knights of Adelsberg (the German name of Postojna). Photo credit - Olivia Munroe

Postoina cave, Slovenia  Postojna Cave (Slovene: Postojnska jama; German: Adelsberger Grotte; Italian: Grotte di Postumia) is a 20,570 m long Karst cave system near Postojna, Slovenia. It is the second longest cave system in the country (following the Migovec Cave System) as well as one of its top tourism sites. The caves were created by the Pivka River.

Postoina cave, Slovenia Postojna Cave (Slovene: Postojnska jama; German: Adelsberger Grotte; Italian: Grotte di Postumia) is a 20,570 m long Karst cave system near Postojna, Slovenia. It is the second longest cave system in the country (following the Migovec Cave System) as well as one of its top tourism sites. The caves were created by the Pivka River.

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the theme is now the ...... 'AARDVARK' ... please keep to the theme.. all other non-related pins will b deleted... thanx for being part of this board... a.l.s

'Evening Clouds over Adelsberg - Zell im Wiesental, Germany' - photo by Carsten, via Panoramio

'Evening Clouds over Adelsberg - Zell im Wiesental, Germany' - photo by Carsten, via Panoramio

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