Graz

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Graz (, ; Gradec) is the capital city of Styria and Austria's second-largest city after Vienna.wikipedia
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Graz (, ; Gradec) is the capital city of Styria and Austria's second-largest city after Vienna.

Austria

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Graz (, ; Gradec) is the capital city of Styria and Austria's second-largest city after Vienna.
Major urban areas of Austria include Graz, Linz, Salzburg and Innsbruck.

Styria

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Graz (, ; Gradec) is the capital city of Styria and Austria's second-largest city after Vienna.
Within Austria, the contiguous states are Carinthia, Salzburg, Upper Austria, Lower Austria, and The Burgenland, The capital city is Graz, which had 276,526 inhabitants at the beginning of 2015.

Stattegg

Stattegg is a village and a suburb of Graz, the capital of the Austrian state of Styria.

Slovenia

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For centuries, Graz was more important to Slovenes and Croats, both politically and culturally, than the capitals of Ljubljana, Slovenia and Zagreb, Croatia; it remains influential to this day.
Due to limited opportunities, between 1880 and 1910 there was extensive emigration, and around 300,000 Slovenes (i.e. 1 in 6) emigrated to other countries, mostly to the US, but also to South America (the main part to Argentina), Germany, Egypt, and to larger cities in Austria-Hungary, especially Vienna and Graz.

Thal, Styria

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Thal is a village in the Austrian state of Styria, about 3.2 km west from the edge of Graz, Austria's second largest city.

Innere Stadt (Graz)

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Innere Stadt is the 1st district of the Austrian city of Graz, capital of the federal state of Styria.

Altstadt

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Its historic centre (Altstadt) is one of the best-preserved city centres in Central Europe.

Eggenberg (Graz)

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The western site (LKH Graz II Standort West) is located in Eggenberg and has 280 beds and about 500 employees, the southern site (LKH Graz II Standort Süd) specializes in neurology and psychiatry and is located in Straßgang with 880 beds and 1,100 employees. The Albert Schweitzer Clinic in the western part of the city is a geriatric hospital with 304 beds, the Hospital of St. John of God (Krankenhaus der Barmherzigen Brüder) has two sites in Graz, one in Lend with 225 beds and one in Eggenberg with 260 beds.
Eggenberg is the 14th city district of Graz in the Austrian province of Styria.

Gössendorf

Gössendorf is on the southern border of the regional capital Graz and is just separated by Süd Autobahn A 2.

Mur (river)

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Graz is situated on both sides of the Mur river in southeast Austria.
The largest city on the river is Graz, Austria.

Gord (archaeology)

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The name thus follows the common South Slavic pattern for naming settlements as grad.
From this same root come the Germanic word elements *gard and *gart (as in Stuttgart), and likely also the names of Graz, Austria and Gartz, Germany.

Puntigam

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Puntigam is the 17th and newest city district of Graz, in the Austrian province of Styria.

Wetzelsdorf

Wetzelsdorf is the 15th city district of Graz, Austria.

Gösting

Gösting (from Slavic gostinca = hostel, or gozd = mountain forest) is the 13th city district of Graz, in the Austrian province of Styria.

Inner Austria

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In the 14th century, Graz became the city of residence of the Inner Austrian line of the Habsburgs.
The residence of the Inner Austrian archdukes and stadtholders was at the Burg castle complex in Graz.

Schlossberg (Graz)

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The royalty lived in the Schlossberg castle and from there ruled Styria, Carinthia, most of today's Slovenia, and parts of Italy (Carniola, Gorizia and Gradisca, Trieste).
The Schlossberg (Castle Hill) is a tree-clad hill, and the site of a fortress, in the centre of the city of Graz, Austria.

Johannes Kepler

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The astronomer Johannes Kepler lived in Graz for a short period.
Kepler was a mathematics teacher at a seminary school in Graz, where he became an associate of Prince Hans Ulrich von Eggenberg.

Hart bei Graz

Hart lies in the east Styrian hills between Graz and Laßnitzhöhe.

St. Leonhard, Graz

St. Leonhard
St. Leonhard is the 2nd district of the Austrian city of Graz.

Geidorf

Geidorf is the 3rd district of the Austrian city of Graz.

Lend (Graz)

Lend
The Albert Schweitzer Clinic in the western part of the city is a geriatric hospital with 304 beds, the Hospital of St. John of God (Krankenhaus der Barmherzigen Brüder) has two sites in Graz, one in Lend with 225 beds and one in Eggenberg with 260 beds.
Lend is the 4th district of the Austrian city of Graz.

Raaba

Raaba, also known as Raaba bei Graz, was a village, merged into Raaba-Grambach in 2015, in the province of the Austrian state of Styria and a suburb of Graz.

Straßgang

The western site (LKH Graz II Standort West) is located in Eggenberg and has 280 beds and about 500 employees, the southern site (LKH Graz II Standort Süd) specializes in neurology and psychiatry and is located in Straßgang with 880 beds and 1,100 employees.
Straßgang (from Slavic straža "look-out, watchtower") is the 16th city district of Graz, in the Austrian province of Styria.

Liebenau (Graz)

Liebenau
Liebenau is the 7th District of the Austrian city of Graz.