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(March 15–21, 2006)

Tom Pollak

Lincoln Cemetery

Clemens Pfeiffer, MBA

Wienerwald - Green Border of Vienna

Between Eichgraben and Rekawinkel, Austria

March 20, 2006 - 15::55 MET

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The Wienerwald has probably been populated since the 8th century. Under the influence of the Avars, a Slavic population settled here after the Völkerwanderung, which may account for village names such as Döbling, Liesing or Gablitz. The Wienerwald was a princely hunting ground, but beginning with the 16th century, it gained importance also for forestry. From 1840 onwards, the industrial development encouraged increased settlement of the area. In 1870, plans were brought forward to mostly clear the forest, but this caused widespread public resistance, in which Josef Schöffel was one of the most important figures.

In 1987, the governors of the states of Vienna, Lower Austria and Burgenland signed the so-called Wienerwald declaration to protect nature in the region.
from: www.wikipedia.org

E4500, Stitcher 5.1

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