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  • Overview on key topics regarding Austrian labor law

    An employee in Austria has the right to a written service note by the employer which lists a written record of rights and obligations in the employment agreement. By law, written service notes must include the employer and employee’s name and address as well as other…

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  • Flora & fauna in austria


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  • Pastries

    Austrian pastries are famous worldwide. The Upper Austrian version of a deep-fried doughnut is referred to as a »Bauernkrapfen« (»farmer’s doughnut«). In truth, the name has little to do with »farmers« as it only began to appear in cookbooks after the beginning of the 19th century. Most…

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  • International kindergarten & the LISA school

    The accredited International Baccalaureate (IB) Program has been designed to accommodate children from kindergarten age to the graduation of a higher level school. Linz is currently working on the conversion of this three-tier system.

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  • The 10 most impressive palaces and castles in Upper Austria

    AISTERSHEIMAistersheim Water Castle: The castle is located in the Innviertel region and is among Austria’s most noble and largest water castles. BAD ISCHLImperial Villa: The Imperial Villa is one of Bad Ischl’s most important historical sites and a must-see when visiting the Salzkammergut…

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  • Bakeries & Pastry Shops

    Austrian bakeries sell a variety of fresh bread and pastries. Many pastry shops also serve tea, coffee and other beverages for patrons at the bakery with a slice of cake or pastry. Many smaller, local bakeries and pastry shops in Austria continue to be family owned.
     
    Bread, cakes…

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