Graz Through Photographs


On our way through Europe’s University cities we stop next in Graz, Austria – a city with a population of neraly 300 000 that is historically a university town, nowadays hosting nearly 60 000 students. Apart from the opportunity to study, Graz has a lot to offer including: best preserved town centre (listed in UNESCO), a European Capital of Culture in 2003, and a City of Culinary Delights. No doubt, those who study in Graz will never get bored. Check out our gallery of interesting places to visit.

The Kunsthaus Graz, Grazer Kunsthaus

Graz in Austria

A decorated street in the Weihnachtsmarkt of Graz, Austria

Government house of Graz, Austria

The oldest bakery in Graz

Panorama view of the historic city of Graz with Grazer Uhrturm clock tower

The Kunsthaus Graz

Eggenberg Palace in Graz – the most significant Baroque palace complex in Styria, Austria

The Kunsthaus Graz – built as a part of the European Capital of Culture celebrations in 2003

View from Shockl mountain in Graz

Mariahilferstrasse street with the catholic church Institut für Religion und Frieden

Photos: Shutterstock

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