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14 Facts About Innsbruck
Innsbruck had Schloss Ambras built and arranged there his unique Renaissance collections nowadays mainly part of Vienna's Kunsthistorisches Museum.
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Between 1943 and April 1945, Innsbruck experienced twenty-two air raids and suffered heavy damage.
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Innsbruck is divided into nine boroughs that were formed from previously independent municipalities or villages.
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For statistical purposes, Innsbruck is further divided into forty-two statistical units and 178 numbered blocks .
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Innsbruck is a very popular tourist destination, organizing the following events every year:.
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Innsbruck's Bergiselschanze is one of the hills of the famous Four Hills Tournament.
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In 2018 Innsbruck hosted the IFSC Climbing World Championships 2018 from September 6 to September 16 and the 2018 UCI Road World Championships from September 22 to September 30.
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Innsbruck is part of the Austro-Bavarian region of dialects and, more specifically, Southern Bavarian .
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Irina Windhaber, professor for linguistics at the Universitat Innsbruck, has observed a trend among young people to choose more often Standard German language structures and pronunciation.
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Innsbruck is a substantial tourist centre, with more than a million overnight stays.
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Innsbruck Airport is located in the suburb of Kranebitten, which is located in the west of the city.
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Innsbruck is a university city, with several locally based colleges and universities.
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