Waldviertel

Map of Waldviertel in northwestern Lower Austria.

The Waldviertel (Forest Quarter) is the northwestern region of the Austrian state of Lower Austria. It is bounded to the south by the Danube, to the southwest by Upper Austria, to the northwest and the north by the Czech Republic and to the east by the Manhartsberg (537 m), which is the survey point dividing Waldviertel from Weinviertel.

See also

Further reading

  • Birgit Zotz, Das Waldviertel - Zwischen Mystik und Klarheit. Das Image einer Region als Reiseziel. Berlin: Köster 2010, ISBN 978-3-89574-734-2

External links

  • Waldviertel Homepage
  • Southern Waldviertel Family History Project
  • "Großvaters Erinnerungen" A book about and in the Waldviertler dialect, by Anna Forster.
  • Waldviertel Wiki

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