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Wiener Neustädter Kanal Abschnitte Laxenburg

Wiener Neustädter Kanal Abschnitte Laxenburg

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    The Wiener Neustädter Canal is an artificial watercourse that was put into operation in the Archduchy of Austria under the Enns in 1803 and extended up to 63 km in length, on which mainly wood, bricks and coal were transported from the area south of the Danube to Vienna. Since later, private owners primarily pursued railway projects and reallocated important parts of the waterway to the railway line, canal shipping declined sharply from 1879 and ceased completely before the First World War.

    The drainage of the watercourse operated by these owners between the world wars was partially averted by those authorized to use the canal water, until after the Second World War the state of Lower Austria took over the majority of the watercourse, which was shortened to 36 km, and gave it a new main function as a recreational area. Much of the rest is a listed building.

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    • September 19, 2019

  • Marco

    It should have reached Trieste ....

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    • August 1, 2021

  • Wilfrid

    The cycle path on Wiener Neustädter Kanal is worthwhile in every season

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    • July 24, 2019

  • Roland

    Here is a section where you drive in the sun in the afternoon

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    • July 1, 2020

  • Michael

    The Wiener Neustädter Canal is an artificial watercourse that was put into operation in the Archduchy of Austria under the Enns in 1803 and extended up to 63 km in length, on which mainly wood, bricks and coal were transported from the area south of the Danube to Vienna. Since later, private owners primarily pursued railway projects and reallocated important parts of the waterway to the railway line, canal shipping declined sharply from 1879 and ceased completely before the First World War.

    The drainage of the watercourse operated by these owners between the world wars was partially averted by those authorized to use the canal water, until after the Second World War the state of Lower Austria took over the majority of the watercourse, which was shortened to 36 km, and gave it a new main function as a recreational area. Much of the rest is a listed building.

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    • April 28, 2021

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Location: Laxenburg, Mödling, Vienna Woods, Lower Austria, Austria

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