Our group (and others) descending stairs of the Bergkirche ("hill church"), Eisenstadt, the capital of the state of Burgenland, Austria.
The interior features Haydn's tomb and an organ that Beethoven and Hayden played.
View of Eisenstadt from the Kalvarienberg.
The "Kalvarienberg" (Calvary Hill) structure, is a kind of artificial mountain, filled with passages and grottoes, in which appear statuary depicting the 24 Stations of the Cross.
Looking from Eisenstadt, Austria, across to the Hungarian plain
Eisenstadt and the entire Hungarian territory of Burgenland was transferred from Hungary to Austria by the treaties in 1921.
Iron Curtain, plowed ground, barbed wire fences and watch tower, at the Austrian-Hungarian border near Eisenstadt
A genuine Gypsy band serenaded us at lunch.
At Tito's birthplace
Canal, Ljubijana, Yugoslavia (before and after, Slovenia)
Trevi Fountain, Rome
Keat's Grave, Rome
Near the Pope's residence, Castel Gandofel
St. Peters, the Obelisk, Vatican City
Looking down from St. Peters' Dome, Vatican City
The Monument to Victori Emanuele, Rome
The Altare della Patria also known as the Monumento Nazionale a Vittorio Emanuele II or "Il Vittoriano" is a monument built in honour of Victor Emmanuel, the first king of a unified Italy.
Trajan's Column, Rome