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During 1803–06 the Third Coalition fought the First French Empire and ...

wikipedia - 19 Sep 2016
During 1803–06 the Third Coalition fought the First French Empire and its client states (see table at right). Although several naval battles determined control of the seas, the outcome of the war was decided on the continent, predominantly in two major land operations in the Danube valley: the Ulm campaign in the upper Danube and the Vienna campaign, in the middle Danube valley.
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On this day 1805… the battle of Dürenstein

The Drinks Business - 11 Nov 2016
Both sides claimed victory the Russians with more justification (although 'Dürenstein' is inscribed on the Arc de Triomphe as a French victory) but the battle amounted to little. The Allies had severely mauled one French division and slowed VIII Corps ...
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Today in History: Nov. 11

Manning Live - 04 Jan 2017
1805 – Napoleonic Wars: Battle of Dürenstein: Eight thousand French troops attempt to slow the retreat of a vastly superior Russian and Austrian force. 1813 – War of 1812: Battle of Crysler's Farm: British and Canadian forces defeat a larger American ...
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European towns you'll miss if you don't take a river cruise

Starts at 60 - 21 Jul 2017
Durnstein was also a place where Napoleon suffered a rare defeat, a battle mentioned in Tolstoy's War and Peace. Travellers can visit the memorial to the Battle of Durnstein here, and see the crypt where their bones lie en masse at the cemetery.
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Walking in the footsteps of a King in Durnstein

World of Cruising - 29 Jul 2017
Though undoubtedly charming, Durnstein can't compete with the likes of Vienna and Budapest for sheer wow factor, and on the face of it there seems little to occupy the visitor beyond a small baroque abbey, a pretty pastel-blue parish church and the ...
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How to enjoy Europe like a local–go at Christmastime

The Daily Breeze - 22 Dec 2017
We hike to Durnstein Fortess ruins, stroll empty cobblestone lanes, taste regional wines in a family-owned cellar with an 800-year-old grape press and bike ride through quaint towns with our local guide Lisi whose family has lived in nearby Melk for ...
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Jann Arden hosts voyage aboard suite ship

The Province - 19 Mar 2018
Onboard the Avalon Envision, guests will sail from Budapest to Vienna, Durnstein, Passau, Regensburg and Roth before continuing overland to Prague. Avalon includes beer, wine and soft drinks with lunch and dinner aboard its European river cruise ships, ...
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Attorney General: DNREC violated FOIA law

The News Journal - 31 Jul 2017
The agency ultimately handed over just three documents, claiming exemptions related to attorney-client privilege and the agency's ongoing legal fight with the refinery prevented the release of any further records. ...
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Delaware City Refinery fined $150K for crude oil shipments

The News Journal - 10 Mar 2017
"Without personally searching and reviewing every email within the scope of the request, I would expect to find that lawyers were included, and that the communications were privileged," Deputy Attorney General Ralph Durnstein said. “Given the unknown ...
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River turbines turn Austria's Danube green

The Local Austria - 25 Nov 2015
"But we have found a way to contribute to the fight against global warming without harming our quality of life." It is called river current power. The idea is to place in the river what looks on the ...
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Europe's most beautiful rivers - and how to explore them

Telegraph.co.uk - 03 May 2016
The stretch between Melk and Krems – the 25-mile Wachau Valley – is great for a cycle ride (many ships carry bicycles). Before reaching Vienna, highlights include the imposing Melk Abbey, situated on a rocky outcrop above the town of Melk, and the ...
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Cruise along the Danube

World of Cruising - 29 Nov 2016
The Danube is one of the Brits' river cruise favourites thanks to grand palaces, classical evenings and those performing white horses. It's the gateway to five capital cities and the only river in the world with a waltz named after it. Welcome to the ...
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River turbines to harness power of Austria's Danube

CTV News - 28 Nov 2015
"But we have found a way to contribute to the fight against global warming without harming our quality of life." It is called river current power. The idea is to place in the river what looks on the ...

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