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  1. I distretti di Vienna (Wiener Bezirke) sono le entità geografiche nelle quali la città di Vienna è politicamente divisa; sono in numero di 23 e hanno tutti, oltre al numero, un proprio nome. Dai viennesi vengono normalmente chiamati non con il loro nome, ma con il loro numero (il quarto distretto, ad esempio).

  2. The social democrats of Simmering and of the rest of the so-called "Rotes Wien" pushed to build housing developments throughout Vienna and in 1934, 19 Gemeindebauten were built in Simmering. The rise of Nazism in Vienna was hardly acknowledged in the vote of Simmering, as the party took only 7.2% of the vote in 1932, the worst outcome in the whole city.

  3. The Augustinian Church (German: Augustinerkirche) in Vienna is a parish church located on Josefsplatz, next to the Hofburg, the winter palace of the Habsburg dynasty in Vienna. Originally built in the 14th century as the parish church of the imperial court of the Habsburgs , the harmonious Gothic interior was added in the 18th century.

  4. The history of Vienna has been long and varied, beginning when the Roman Empire created a military camp in the area now covered by Vienna's city centre. From that humble beginning, Vienna grew from the Roman settlement known as Vindobona to be an important trading site in the 11th century.

  5. Vienna Convention can mean any of a number of treaties signed in Vienna. Most are related to the harmonization or formalization of the procedures of international diplomacy, but some are not. several treaties and conventions resulted from the Congress of Vienna (1814–15) which redrew the map of Europe, only partially restoring the pre-Napoleonic situation, and drafted new rules for ...

  6. The First Vienna Award was a treaty signed on 2 November 1938 pursuant to the Vienna Arbitration, which took place at Vienna's Belvedere Palace. The arbitration and award were direct consequences of the previous month's Munich Agreement , which resulted in the partitioning of Czechoslovakia .

  7. Both the Vienna Convention and the Geneva Protocol were formed according to consensus on road traffic signs that evolved primarily in 20th century continental Western Europe. In order to make it as universal as possible, the convention allows some variations, for example danger warning signs can be triangular or square diamond in shape and road markings can be white or yellow.