Krems

Krems an der Donau is a riverside town in the Danube's Valley tourist region of . Krems, along with neighboring cities Stein, Egelsee, Dürnstein and Spitz an der Donau are known for their world class wine production as well as their proximity to the Danube.

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Krems-Langenlois Airport is a public use airport located 5 kilometres north-northeast of , , Austria.

Steiner Tor is a preserved gate, originally built in the late 15th century but refashioned in the Baroque style in the city of , in the valley of .

Rudolf Redlinghofer was an conscientious objector and victim of the Nazi regime.

Danube University Krems is an Austrian university specialized in postgraduate education.

The IMC University of Applied Sciences Krems is an Austrian university that offers majors in health, life sciences, business and digitalisation and engineering.

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