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Austria’s fifth largest city, located on the Danube River, approximately 70 km to the west of Vienna and at the eastern end of the romantic Wachau Valley. This is the city of Krems. The Roman city, which was first mentioned in 995, was originally called Urbs Cremisia . In the Middle Ages, Krems was an important trade and craft centre. To protect the merchants, a guard castle and a parish church were built here. St. Vitus became the patron saint of the church. During the reign of Přemysl Otakar II., wealthy burghers began to build their opulent Gothic mansions here. The most famo

Krems an der Donau
Austria’s fifth largest city, located on the Danube River, approximately 70 km to the west of Vienna and at the eastern end of the romantic Wachau Valley. This is the city of Krems. The Roman city, which was first mentioned in 995, was originally called Urbs Cremisia . In the Middle A
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