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1 Leave a comment on paragraph 1 0 387                         Vienna

2 Leave a comment on paragraph 2 0 Length, with many elegant large buildings in xight in every direction. There are a great number of palatial public buildings, for the ministries of the empire, government offices, asylums, arts and sciences, and the hansome private palaces of Arch Duke Albert, Arch Duke Louis Victor, Arch Duke William, Prince Montenuevo, Duke of Cobury, of Count Harrach, Princes Kinsky, Liechtenstein, Metternich, Schwarzenberg, Auerspery, Duke of Werternberg, Marquis of Pallavicini, Mr. Todesco, Schey, +c. One of the largest and hansomest is owned by a rich Brickmaker and his Palace is made of Brick- opposite to the Opera House-

3 Leave a comment on paragraph 3 0 In the most central and busiest part of the city the streets are sometimes quite narrow-many of the very busy streets being too narrow for carriages, but there are a great number of “Places” or openings. St Michaels, St Stephans, Amifel (?) …+c found mostly by the intersections of crooked streets-

4 Leave a comment on paragraph 4 0 The streets are certainly more crowded and active than those of any other city I ever saw.          On many streets

5 Leave a comment on paragraph 5 0 [-Near the Opera-House-]

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