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  1. Contemporary Essays in Austrian and Hungarian Geography: Proceedings of the First Austro-Hungarian Geographical Seminar, Vienna, 17-19 November 1986 (Studies in Geography in Hungary, 22) by Elisabeth; Pecsi, Marton (eds.) Lichtenberger, 1988
  2. Geographie und Gesellschaftstheorie: Referate im Rahmen des "Anglo-Austrian Seminar on Geography and Social Theory" in Zell am Moos, Oberosterreich (Beitrage ... und Sozialgeographie) (German Edition)
  3. The history of the House of Austria, and the German Empire: containing a general view of the Germanick constitution, ... Also, the geography and history ... imperial branch of the Austrian family; ... by John Bancks, 2010-06-10
  4. Austrian Mountain Climbers
  5. A tour in Germany, and some of the southern provinces of the Austrian Empire, in 1820, 1821, 1822 (1828) by John Russell ESQ., 2010-02-17
  6. A tour in Germany, and some of the southern provinces of the Austrian Empire, in 1820, 1821, 1822 (1828) Volume: 2 by John Russell ESQ., 2010-09-23
  7. Geologie von Salzburg. by Walter Del-Negro., 1960
  8. Austrian Studies: Austrian Studies 14 (Austrian Studies)
  9. Educational codes of foreign countries, being standards prescribed by the Australian (South), Austrian, Belgian, German, Italian, and Swiss governments ... in the Royal cadet corps of Prussia ; by A Sonnenschein, 1889
  10. The Tropical Islands of the Indian and Pacific Oceans by Hertha Arnberger, Erik Arnberger, 2002-03
  11. Gespanntes Nachbarschaftsverhaltnis? Eine empirische Analyse des interethnischen Zusammenlebens in unterschiedlichen Wohnbaukategorien in Wien (ISR-Forschungsberichte) (German Edition) by Josef Kohlbacher, Ursula Reeger, 2006-12-30
  12. Austria: Society and Regions by Elisabeth Lichtenberger, 2000-12-31
  13. Vienna Yearbook of Population Research 2006 by Vienna Institute of Demography, 2008-06-02
  14. Mittelneolithische Kreisgrabenanlagen in Niederosterreich: Geophysikalisch-archaologische Prospektion ein interdisziplinares Forschungsprojekt (Mitteilungen ... Prahistorischen Kommission) (German Edition)

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