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Supply of the following water work construction machinery for the lower danube valley water directorate (aduvizig), Hungary:
Considerations Regarding the Marketing Destination Danube Valley, Proceedings of the International Conference "Contemporary Trends in Tourism and Hospitality --CTTH2011, 29-30 sept.
There really is no better way of sampling the very best that the remarkable Danube Valley has to offer than from the comfort of your own floating hotel, with panoramic views of pretty towns, ancient castles shrouded in legend, and picture postcard villages nestling in lovely wooded valleys.
Students will travel through the Danube Valley to Salzburg, the birthplace of Mozart.
A Viennese Whirl, a four-night break departing every Tuesday in July and August takes a leisurely route through the Danube Valley from Melk to Vienna.
It was only in the early 1990s that the international wine experts began to realise that top Rieslings from this stretch of the Danube valley and surrounding regions could challenge - and, in some cases, surpass - the greatest examples from Alsace and Germany.
Strasbourg is represented by two artists (Hans Wechtlin and Hans Baldung); Nuremberg by seven; Augsburg by nine; Saxony and North Germany by three; the Danube valley by five and Switzerland by four.
Andrei, Madalina-Teodora (2010), The Impact of Quality Requirements of the Environment on the Tourism from the Danube Valley of Giurgiu and Calarasi County, Proceedings 5-th WSEAS International Conference "Economy and Transformation Management" (EMT'10), West University Timisoara, Romania, October 2010, Published by WSEAS Press, 61-66.
Then it's back on board for Vienna, with a day's scenic ride along the Rhine Gorge and Danube Valley, plus sightseeing tours and free time for relaxation.
Visit the picturesque Danube Valley, the famous Viennese Woods and even the nearby Slovak Republic.
The 1995 vintage was an outstanding one in the central European country, and on the steep terraces of the Wachau - the part of the Danube valley where perhaps Austria's greatest Gruner Veltliners are grown - the noble rot botrytis made its presence felt, adding honeyed richness to the wines.
General Procurement Notice for Supply of water work construction machinery for the lower danube valley water directorate (aduvizig), Hungary.
The western limit is at the contact heavily tilted of the plateau with the Danube valley.