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Linz - Culture

Lentos

The internationally respected collection of the Linz Neue Galerie moved to a new and attractive museum complex located directly on the Danube, between the Nibelungen Bridge and the Brucknerhaus.

www.lentos.at

Ars Electronica Center

Since opening in 1996, approximately 680,000 visitors have visited the Ars Electronica Center. The tremendous reception accorded by all segments of the population testifies to the well-conceived mission and important role of the institution.

www.aec.at

Bruckner Festival

The "Classical Cloud of Sound" will resound in the Brucknerhaus and outdoors in the Danube Park on September 14. This event is the beginning of a three weeks festival which brings famous conductors, orchestras and soloists together in the City on the Danube River
Bruckner Festival 2003: September 14 - October 5

www.brucknerhaus.at

Urfahr Market

The largest and oldest annual fair in Austria attracts more than 500,000 visitors every year during the first weeks of May and October. Numerous attractions and a selection of culinary treats ensure a great atmosphere at the Urfahr district fairground on the northern bank of the Danube. Live bands and fireworks display guarantee that things go with a bang.

Linzer Torte

The city's sweetest "ambassador" is known around the world. Konrad Vogel, a baker from Bavaria, first produced this delicacy, which is made from short crust pastry with redcurrant jam, decorated with almonds, in around 1822. The city itself demonstrated excellent taste and shortly afterwards made the Bavarian a freeman. In numerous patisseries the "Linzer Torte" is still made according to the original recipe and is available for immediate tasting or purchase as a souvenir.

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