Finisher and volunteer certificates and team results may be accessed via the ‘other results’ tab. The MCM has introduced a new feature allowing for personalization of the finisher certificate to best represent an individual runner’s experience. Runners may select up to four of 11 badges to illustrate their run with the Marines. When runners click on the badges of their choice, the graphic automatically populates the bottom portion of the certificate. In addition to the new badges, the finisher certificates will feature the runner’s finish time, overall place, gender place and half marathon split time. Thank you for taking the time to thoughtfully complete this survey and share your insights, favorites, recommendations and suggestions. All information will be considered during the planning for future MCMs and will be utilized in an economic impact study. Please email your name and bib number to timer. All results posted on the MCM website immediately after an event are unofficial. Additional time to review all data and finalize the results information is often necessary.
The Vienna Woods Share: Fabled in song and a favorite getaway for the Viennese, the Vienna Woods also hold a number of interesting attractions for tourists, including a beautiful monastery, historic sites, and natural wonders. A good place to begin is atop the meter Kahlenberg, Vienna’s own “mini-mountain,” with magnificent views across the city and the Danube all the way to the Little Carpathians and the Schneeberg region.
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Famous as Vienna’s “nature and human-friendly” house, the decidedly odd yet fascinating Hundertwasserhaus is well worth a visit. Dedicated to Our Lady of the Angels, Vienna’s Capuchin Church is best known for its spectacular Imperial Vault Kapuzinergruft , home to the Habsburg family vault containing the remains of members of the family almost all Austrian Emperors since are buried here.
The nine vaults are arranged in chronological order, making it easy to trace the evolution of taste, at least in burials. A highlight includes the Founder’s Vault, final resting place of Emperor Matthias who died in , and Empress Anna, who died in Also of interest is the Maria Theresa Vault, a domed chamber dominated by a double sarcophagus in the Rococo style and built for the Empress, who died in The sarcophagus takes the form of a bed of state, at the head of which is the Imperial couple with an angel and a crown of stars, while along the sides are numerous reliefs depicting scenes from Maria Theresa’s life.
Peter Collegial and Parish Church of St. Peter Peterskirche is built on a site originally occupied by a Roman church and later by one founded by Charlemagne in AD. The present edifice was built in the 18th century and boasts a massive dome with a superb fresco and many artistic treasures. Barbara is found, and the choir with its High Altar and painting of the Immaculate Conception. Also of note is the nearby Plague Pillar, a meter-tall Baroque pillar built to commemorate the end of the devastating plague of that cost at least 75, Viennese their lives.
Also of interest is the nearby Abbey of the Scots Schottenstift , built in the 12th century and extensively renovated and enlarged since. Its school included Johann Strauss and Austria’s last emperor, Charles I, among its pupils, while its fine collection of artwork includes pieces from the 16th to 19th centuries. The other highlight, of course, is drooling over the mouthwatering displays of cakes and pastries, including special creations resembling characters or creatures from history and mythology, each a work of art.
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Viennese nightlife. Vienna’s club scene is all about parties with music of the highest quality. Electronic music from Vienna is known for creating an international sensation – and with good reason.
Beginnings and early Middle Ages[ edit ] Roman ruins at Michaelerplatz The name Vindobona derives from a Celtic language , suggesting that the region must have been inhabited before Roman times. The Romans created a military camp occupied by Legio X Gemina during the 1st century on the site of the city centre of present-day Vienna. The settlement was raised to the status of a municipium in Even today, the streets of the First District show where the encampment placed its walls and moats.
The Romans stayed until the 5th century. Roman Vindobona was located in the outskirts of the empire and thus fell prey to the chaos of the Migration Period. There are some indications that a catastrophic fire occurred around the beginning of the 5th century. However, the remains of the encampment were not deserted, and a small settlement remained. The streets and houses of early medieval Vienna followed the former Roman walls, which gives rise to the conclusion that parts of the fortification were still in place and used by the settlers.
Byzantine copper coins from the 6th century have been found several times in the area of today’s city centre , indicating considerable trade activity.
This is an example of regulated prostitution. Prostitution is legal but restricted by several regulations. Around 90 percent of all sex workers in Austria are migrants, mainly from the former Eastern Bloc countries.
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Shopping It’s worth travelling to Vienna for its legendary classical music scene alone — evenings are a sumptuous saturnalia of operas, operettas, symphony concerts and world-class chamber orchestras in gilded, velvet-curtained music halls. But those in search of something a little different — perhaps a quirky bar or a sophisticated club — won’t be disappointed either. The auditorium, completely rebuilt after the Second World War, drips with classical cornicing shimmers with gold leaf.
Subtitles in five different languages, including English, are accessible from each seat. Most performances sell out quickly. Last-minute deals are rare, but not unheard of: No formal dress code, dress smart casual Staatsoper regularly vibrates to the tunes of Donizetti, Mozart, Rossini, Strauss, Verdi and others. For decades, music connoisseurs from across the world have been flocking to Musikverein to hear the Vienna Philharmonic’s unparalleled sound, skilfully coaxed from 18th-century instruments.
Visitors with passion and knowledge of classical music bend over backwards to get tickets to a reputable concert. Available tickets to non Musikverein members sell out fast. Avoid the tourist recitals. Box office open Mon-Fri, 9am-8pm; Sat, 9am-1pm Prices: No formal dress code except for the New Year’s Concert; dress smart-casual For decades, music connoisseurs from across the world have been flocking to Musikverein to hear the Vienna Philharmonic’s unparalleled sound.
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And the secret password is always invisible, hidden until you slid the paper into this sleeve, and then the secret word is revealed. Well, what if the secret words aren’t part of a kids’ board game, but instead are on a crumbling, ancient manuscript? Correspondent Beth Nissen caught up with investigators who are uncovering secret messages that have stayed hidden for 2, years. In these vaults, on these shelves, in these boxes at Oxford University, ancient clues—2, years old—to a glorious human past; wrapped in printed paper, fragments of ancient paper, pieces of the D.
Here’s one that contains a large page of Homer’s Odyssey , still with quite a bit of mud and sand clinging to it. These are only a few of the faded fragments found buried near the outskirts of what was, at around the turn from B.
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Where to eat breakfast, lunch and dinner in Vienna By Debra Bruno November 9, Vienna is a sugar rush kind of city — so well known for its sweets that there never seems to be enough time to sample all of its tortes and pastries, including the ones named for Mozart, the ones created by Sacher and the ones honoring various eminences of the Austro-Hungarian empire.
The city is like an elegant film actress of the Golden Age — regal, a bit reserved, but always beautiful. Over apfelstrudel, of course. Architect, artist and visionary Friedensreich Hundertwasser believed that the straight line was an abomination and so created fanciful buildings with curvy floors and windows, trees growing out of the roof, and playful tiled walls. The cafe, with uneven floors and an array of Hundertwasser-inspired posters and art for sale, is next to a private apartment building designed by him and not far from Museum Hundertwasser.
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