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

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INDEX.
Abbadessa 300.
Abbazia 210.
Aberg, the 248.
Abersee 103.
Abos 351. 357.
Abrudbánya 418.
Absdorf 255.
Absineez-Klause 374.
Abtei 167.
Abtenau 111.
Achen, Pass 135.
Achenkirch 135.
Achensee 134.
Acs 328.
Ada-Kaleh 384.
Adamstal 261.
Adelsberg 193.
Adersbacher Felsen 268.
Adler-Kosteletz 267.
Admont 183.
Adolfsthal 254.
Adony 378. 393. 395.
Adriatic Sea207.
Aflenz 180.
Aggtelek 371.
Cavern 371.
Agnethlen 410.
Agonitz 181.
Agordo 172.
Agram 396.
Ahrn-Tal 168. 126.
Aich 247.
Aichberg 94.
Aigen, chât. ( Salzburg) 102. 117.
( Linz) 88.
Ajertal, the 351.
Ajka 394.
Ajnacskö 370.
Akna Szlatina 373.
Ala 164.
Alba 161
Albertfalva 378.
Aldrans 133.
Alessio 311.
Algyö 376.
Algyógy 417.
Alkenyér 418.
Alland 82.
Alleghe, Lago d' 171. 172.
Almás-Füzitö 326.
Almbach-Klamm 113.
Almissa 303.
Alpeiner Glacier144
Alsó-Arpás. 423.
Komána 411.
Mislye 367.
Nereznice 373.
Porumbák 422.
Rákos 411.
Szombatfalva 423.
Tátra-Füred 360.
Városvize 417.
Vist 423.
Alt-Aussee 110.
Altbrücke 422.
Alt-Bunzlau 257.
Altenburg390.
—, abbey 254.
Altendorf 365.
Altenhaus 390.
Altenmarkt ( Austria) 182.
(Styria) 184.
Althofen 201.
Alt-Ofen 345.
Paka 270. 267.
Prags 168.
Rodna 407.
Sandec 352.
Altschanz 414.
Alt-Schmecks 360.
Altsohl 348.
Alt-Tohán 414.
Szöny 326. 328.
Altvater 272.
Alvincz 418.
Ambras, chât. 132.
Ampezzo Valley170.
Amstetten 85.
Andelsbuch 138.
St. Andrä (Layant-Tal) 196.
(Tulln) 255.
Szt. András 375.
S. Andrea, island304.
—, Scoglio 305.
Andreas-Insel 329.
Andritz-Ursprung 188.
Anger 393.
Angern 265.
Anif, chât. 102. 117.
Anina 388.
Ankogel125.
Anlauf-Tal 125.
St. Anna am Aigen 392.
Lake 415.
Annaberg 239.
Annatal 240.
Annenheim 202.
Anninger, the 80.
Szt. Antal 348.
Antal Refuge 368.
Antholzer-Tal 168.
Antivari 311.
St. Anton (Arlberg) 141.
S.Antonio, Canale di 296.
Apahida 405. 407.
Apatin 379.
Apostag 378.
Aprica, Passo d' 161.
Aquileia 208.
Aquineum 345.
Arács 394.
Arad375.
Aranymezö 406.
Arányos Gyéres 408.
Medgyes 372.
Arapatak 411.
Arbe, island293.
Arco 164.
Ardenno 160.
Arkeden 411.
Arlberg Railway 137.
Pass 140.
Tunnel 140.
Arnoldstein 202.
Arva, castle 354.
Arzl 142.
Aschach ( Danube) 89.94.
(Steyr) 181.
Aspang 175.
Aspern 6. 327.
Assling 199.
Astfeld 149.
Aszód 347.
Attersee 95.
—, the 95.
Attnang 94.
Atzwang 147.
Au. (Oetztal) 142.
Seewiesen 180.
Aubach-Fall 112.
Auenfeld-Alp 138.
Auenhof 198.
Auer 160.
Aujezd 264.

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