Austria-Hungary: Including Dalmatia and Bosnia; Handbook for Travellers

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Maps.
1.AUSTRIA-HUNGARY : before the Title.
2.The ENVIRONS OF VIENNA : p. 76.
3.The DANUBE FROM PASSAU TO THE STRUDEL : p. 88.
4.The DANUBE FROM THE STRUDEL TO VIENNA : p. 90.
5.The WORTH SALZKAMMERGUT (GMUNDEN, ISCHL, HALLSTATT) : p. 102.
6.The SOUTH SALZKAMMERGUT (ENVIRONS OF AUSSEE AND THE DACHSTEIN) :
  p. 110.
7.The ENVIRONS OF SALZBURG AND BERCHTESGADEN : p. 112.
8.The KöNIGS-SEE AND ITS ENVIRONS, SALZACH-THAL, AND SAALACH-TAL :
  p. 118.
9.The HOHE TAUERN (GROSS-GLOCKNER AND GASTEIN DISTRICT) : p. 122.
10.The ENVIRONS OF INNSBRUCK : p. 132.
11.The ZILLERTAL AND WESTERN PUSTERTAL : p. 134.
12.The VORARLBERG AND BREGENZER WALD : p. 138.
13.The UPPER INNTAL, THE OETZTAL ALPS, AND THE VINSCHGAU : p. 142.
14.The ENVIRONS OF BOTZEN : p. 148.
15.The ENVIRONS OF MERAN : p. 150.
16.The SARCA VALLEY, THE VAL DI NON, THE VAL DI SOLE, AND THE
  VALLEY OF THE ADIGE, FROM BOTZEN TO ROVERETO
: p. 160.
17.The DOLOMITE ALPS, FROM BOTZEN TO BELLUNO : p. 162.
18.The LAGO DI GARDA : p. 164.
19.The SEMMERING, THE SCHNEEBERG, AND THE MÜRZTAL : p. 174.
20.The STYRIAN AND AUSTRIAN ALPS, FROM AUSSEE TO THE HOCHSCHWAB :
  p. 180.
21.The KARAWANKEN AND SANNTAL ALPS : p. 192.
22.The CARINTHIAN ALPS, FROM LIENZ TO THE WÖRTHER SEE : p. 198.
23.The STYRIAN AND CARINTHIAN ALPS, FROM MURAU TO GRATZ : p. 200.
24.The ENVIRONS OF TRIESTE : p. 207.
25.The ENVIRONS OF ABBAZIA : p. 210.
26.The ENVIRONS OF CARLSBAD : p. 246.
27.The ENVIRONS OF SPALATO : p. 298.
28.The ENVIRONS OF RAGUSA : p. 306.
29.The BOCCHE DI CATTARO : p. 309.
30.The DANUBE FROM VIENNA TO BUDAPEST : p. 326.
31.The TATRA MOUNTAINS : p. 358.
32.KEY MAP OF AUSTRIA after the
Index.
33.RAILWAY MAP OF AUSTRIA-HUNGARY

Plans of Towns.

ABBAZIA (p. 210); AGRAM (p. 396); BADEN , near Vienna (p. 81); BELGRADE (p. 380); BOTZEN (p. 148); BRÜNN (p. 261); BUCHAREST (p. 424); BUDAPEST (p. 330); CARLSBAD (p. 242); CETINJE (p. 314); CRACOW (p. 276); EGER (p. 240); FIUME (p. 398); FRANZENSBAD (p. 241); GASTEIN (p. 123); GMUNDEN (p. 106); GRATZ , (p. 184); HERMANNSTADT (p. 420); INNSBRUCK (p. 138); ISCHL (p. 108); KLAGENFURT (p. 197); KLAUSENBURG (p. 405); KRONSTADT (p. 411); LAXENBURG (p. 80); LEMBERG (p. 283); LINZ (p. 86); MARIENBAD (p. 250); MERAN (p. 150); POLA (p. 212); PRAGUE (pp. 217, 220); PRESSBURG (p. 322); RAGUSA (p. 306); SALZBURG (p. 96); SARÁJEVO (p. 430); SPALATO (p. 298); SZEGEDIN (p. 385); TEMESVÁR (p. 386); TEPLITZ (p. 234); TRENT (p. 162); TRIESTE (p. 204); VIENNA (p. 1); VIENNA (INNER TOWN; p. 13); ZARA (p. 294).

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