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  • Vaccinations

    Age 1 3 partial vaccinations doses against: Diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis (whooping cough), polio, haemophilus influenzab, hepatitis BVaccinations are to be given when the infant is 3 months old, 4 months,  and 5 months old Recently a sixfold vaccination was approved – one shot to…

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  • Water sports

    Upper Austria has a large number of lakes and rivers. People who enjoy water recreation can choose from a variety of activities ranging from leisurely boat cruises, to wind surfing to diving and experiencing an incredible underwater world.
    The »Land ob der Enns« is ideal for sailing and…

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  • Pharmacies

    Pharmacies are located everywhere throughout Upper Austria. The Austrian Pharmacy Association has a website to find a pharmacy near you by entering the name of the city or the postal code. Information on pharmacies providing nighttime services is also available  on the site.
     
    If…

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  • Owing a Home or Flat

    Owning a flat means to purchase property and become the joint owner of real estate property or entering a partnership of ownership legally, an independent flat, an other independent space, or a car space for exclusive use.
    The flat owner is a joint owner of real estate who has also a…

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  • General Information on Austria

    If you plan on spending some time in Austria, some general information, facts and figures might help make your stay more interesting and enjoyable: Austria, with Vienna as its capital, is situated in Central Europe. Austria has extensive political connections with neighboring countries and…

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  • Pastries

    Austrian pastries are famous worldwide. The Upper Austrian version of a deep-fried doughnut is referred to as a »Bauernkrapfen« (»farmer’s doughnut«). In truth, the name has little to do with »farmers« as it only began to appear in cookbooks after the beginning of the 19th century. Most…

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