Vienna

Vienna, the capital of the Austrian empire, on a southern branch of the Danube, in a situation calculated to make it the central city of the Continent; it is the residence of the emperor and the seat of the government; has noble buildings, a university, and numerous large libraries, a large promenade called the Prater, and a varied industry, and ample means of both external and internal communication; in the SW. of it is Schönbrunn, the summer residence of the emperor, amid gardens of matchless beauty; it has been the scene of the signing of important treaties, and it was here the Congress met to undo the work of Napoleon in 1815.

Population (circa 1900) given as 1,364,000.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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Vicksburg
Vico, Giovanni Battista
Victor, Claude Perrin
Victor, St.
Victor Emmanuel II.
Victoria
Victoria, Alexandrina
Victoria Cross
Victoria Nyanza
Vidar
Vienna
Vienne
Vigfusson, Gudbrand
Vigny, Alfred, Comte de
Vigo
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Villars, Duc de
Villenage
Villeneuve, Silvestre
Villeroi, Duc de

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Alxinger, John Baptist D'
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Artigni, Anthony Gachet D'
Aventin, John
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