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Linzer Nibelungenbrucke bridge over the Danube River, Linz
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Founded by the Romans, who called it "Lentia", Linz became a provincial and local government city of the Holy Roman Empire, and an important trading point connecting several routes, on either side of the river Danube, from the East to the West, and Bohemia and from Poland in the north to the Balkans in the south.
It is the third-largest city in Austria and the capital of the state of Upper Austria.
The Nibelungen Brucke, with the two bridge head buildings, is the only architectural plan Hitler ever carried out in Linz.
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