What is Graz?

  • (noun): An industrial city is southeastern Austria.

Graz

Graz ( /ˈɡræts/ or /ˈɡrɑːts/; ; Slovene: Gradec, Hungarian: Grác) is the second-largest city in Austria after Vienna and the capital of the federal state of Styria (Steiermark). On 1 April 2010 it had a population of 291,890 (of which 258,605 had principal residence status).

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Graz - Notable Residents
... The following are past and present notable residents of Graz ... Born and raised in the farming village Thal, 2 km from Graz ... In 2005, the Graz football stadium named after Schwarzenegger was renamed Stadion Graz-Liebenau after controversy over the use of the death penalty in California now it is called the UPC-Arena ...
Laßnitzhöhe - History - Railway
... Mid-1850s in Graz a "consortium" was founded to the plant and the construction of the then so-called "railroad locomotive", today's Steirische Ostbahn (Styria ... Three routings were considered 1 Graz - Gleisdorf - Ilz - Fürstenfeld - Hungarian border 2 Graz - Autal - Nestelbach - Gleisdorf - Studenzen - Feldbach - Fehring ...
St. Peter (Graz)
... Area 8.86 km² Population 14,179 Postal Code 8010, 8041, 8042, 8051 St ... Peter is the 8th District of Graz ...
Albert Von Ettingshausen
... He was professor of physics at Graz University of Technology, where he also taught electrical engineering ... Earlier he was an assistant to Ludwig Boltzmann at the University of Graz ... In 1886, he and his colleague Walther Nernst, then a PhD student at the University of Graz, jointly discovered the thermoelectric phenomena now known as the Ettingshausen effect and Nernst effect ...
Langegg Bei Graz
... Langegg bei Graz is a municipality in the district of Graz-Umgebung in Styria, Austria ...