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Surviving Saltzor Gate wasonce one of numerous towersin the stone walls that protected Feldkirch

Feldkirch, Austria. I’d never heard of it and had no plans to visit. I ended up in this sub-Alpine village for one reason only; it was the easiest and least expensive...

Heiligkreuz bridge and houses built on a rocky outcropping aside the River Ill in the "Im Kehr" area of Feldkirch, Austria

Click on title to view photo in large format. Just a short walk from the historic center of Feldkirch, the Heiligkreuz Bridge leads to these “Im Kehr” listed houses. Built atop...

Historic St. Johann Church anchors one end of Marktplatz in the medieval Old Town of Feldkirch, Austria

Click on title to view photo in large format. Historic St. Johann Church anchors one end of Marktplatz in the medieval Old Town of Feldkirch, Austria. The devil is said to...

Typical cobblestone street in Krems an der Donau, a small town on the Danube River at the eastern end of Wachau valley in southern Austria

Click on above photo to view it in large format: Typical cobblestone street in Krems an der Donau, a small town on the Danube River at the eastern end of Wachau...

The town of Durnstein in the Wachau Valley of Austria was named for the Medieval stone castle, now in ruins, which overlooks it

Click on above photo to view it in large format: The town of Durnstein in the Wachau Valley of Austria was named for the Medieval stone castle, now in ruins, which...

Melk Abbey, which sits on a rocky promontory above the town of Melk, Austria was founded in 1089 when King Leopold II donated land for the monastery to Benedictine monks

Click on above photo to view it in large format: Melk Abbey, which sits on a rocky promontory above the town of Melk, Austria, was founded in 1089 when King Leopold...