Rights Corner

Werner H. Paar, Wilhelm Günther, Fritz Gruber

Das Buch vom Tauerngold [The book of Tauern gold]

No other metal has held such a fascination for mankind: gold – symbol of beauty and power. Wherever it has been discovered, it has exerted an irresistible fascination. Gold was more...

Categories: History  | Austria 

Nastasja Pircher

Das Kochbuch der Bäuerin [The Peasant’s Cookbook]

Fine Alpine country cuisine

Nine editions of this work have already appeared and more than 50,000 copies have been sold. “The Peasant’s Cookbook” has long been established as the definitive work on more...

Categories: Austria  | Food 

Elfi Geiblinger

Das Schrannenkochbuch [The "Schranne market" Cookbook]

Eating is more than mere food intake. Perfect proof of this are the many visitors from near and far that flock to the Schranne market in Salzburg every Thursday. On good market more...

Categories: Austria  | Food 

Vitus Winkler

Der Essenmacher [The food-creator]

Vitus Winkler is one of a kind – and an excellent chef. Barely 30 years old, he has already cooked his way to two Michelin stars and strives relentlessly to perfect his skills. more...

Categories: Food 

Johann Josef Böker

Der Wiener Stephansdom [St. Stephen's Cathedral, Vienna]

Architecture as a symbol of the House of Austria

St. Stephen's Cathedral in Vienna is probably the most readily recognisable building in Austria; accordingly, generations of researchers have puzzled over its complex history. Many more...

Categories: Architecture  | History  | Austria 

Gerhard Karl Lieb, Heinz Slupetzky

Die Pasterze [Pasterze]

The glacier on the Grossglockner mountain

Publisher: Nationalpark Hohe Tauern, Oesterreichischer Alpenverein

Pasterze and Grossglockner – two names that epitomise the Austrian High Alpine region, a landscape that has over the course of time developed into one of Austria's most popular more...

Categories: Austria