The number of foreigners living here also increased by 3.3 percent, their share of the total population is 16.7 percent, which means that 1,487,020 foreign nationals were registered at the beginning of the year (plus 48,097 people).

The number of foreigners living here also increased by 3.3 percent, their share of the total population is 16.7 percent, which means that 1,487,020 foreign nationals were registered at the beginning of the year (plus 48,097 people).

Romanians second strongest nationality in Austria after Germans

The number of foreigners living here also increased by 3.3 percent, their share of the total population is 16.7 percent, which means that 1,487,020 foreign nationals were registered at the beginning of the year (plus 48,097 people). The increase was particularly strong among Romanian nationals. Their number increased year-on-year by 10,777 people to 123,461 people. For the first time the Romanians were the second strongest foreign nationality in Austria after the Germans (200,059 people) – ahead of the citizens of Serbia (122,364 people) and Turkey (117,640 people). The number of Afghans was falling. The Hungarians, on the other hand, rose by 5.9 percent and the Italians by 5.2 percent.

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The cult tavern was renovated with great attention to detail and has now reopened as a mix of grocer, salon, café, hip pub and bar.

“Are you open yet?” – when I was visiting the construction site, someone kept poking their heads through the door, always asking the same question. No wonder: Until it closed three years ago, the Adlerhof was a rustic unique piece, so people were excited about the new opening. In addition, with Manuel Köpf and Andreas Knünz, long-time gastro favorites have taken on the restaurant’s Burggasse. The two run the mess a few house numbers away.

© Atelier Karasinski Manuel Köpf and Andreas Knünz

And on top of that, the Adlerhof has already looked pretty finished from the outside in the last few weeks. Inside, however, details were fine-tuned to the last, for example by Atelier Karasinski and Archiguards. During the one and a half year renovation, authentic lamps were searched for at flea markets, Thonet produced a limited edition of the “218” chair with the Adlerhof logo, and the striking original wallpaper was newly fabricated.

© Atelier Karasinski The spiral staircase used to lead to the cellar of the Adlerhof and is now a central design element

These are just a few of the details that make you can’t stop looking around and discovering new things – from the retro counter (during the day with goods from the Wachau bakery Schmidl, late at night as a DJ booth) to the atrium with its paradisiacal fresco to the in the dark green dining room.paper help review

© Atelier Karasinski The optical goal: a journey through time with a wink

The new Adlerhof shouldn’t be pigeonholed: It wants to be a salon, café, pub, grocer and bar at the same time.

© Atelier Karasinski The baked goods are delivered by the Schmidl bakery in Dürnstein

Accordingly, the menu also spans a wide range: from the truffle egg dish for breakfast to vegan Sacher sausages in between to the dumpling trilogy in the evening. A pleasant detail: With a humane 4.50 euros per glass, especially friends of the crémant get their money’s worth here all day.

© Susanne Jelinek The (partly vegan) dumpling trilogy or the chorizo ​​corn chicken? Definitely Crémant!

AdlerhofBurggasse 511070 Vienna Daily 6.30 a.m. – 2 a.m. Breakfast 8 a.m. – 4 p.m., evening menu 4 p.m. – 11 p.m. www.adlerhof.wien01 522 49 05

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The population of Austria increased year-on-year by 0.5 percent to 8,902,600 people (plus 43,825 people). Vienna and Vorarlberg recorded the strongest growth, while the population in Carinthia stagnated. In the federal capital, the population rose by 0.8 percent to 1,911,728 people, said Statistics Austria on Wednesday.

In 68 political districts there were more inhabitants than in January 2019, in 26 districts a decline was registered. This minus was across the board in the Waldviertel, in the whole of Upper Styria and the neighboring Salzburg Lungau as well as in Carinthia with the exception of the two cities of Villach and Klagenfurt and the Klagenfurt-Land district. In addition, the number of inhabitants also declined in Güssing, Oberpullendorf, Voitsberg and in Southeast Styria, in the districts of Lilienfeld and Waidhofen an der Ybbs as well as in Steyr and Innsbruck.

Romanians second strongest nationality in Austria after Germans

The number of foreigners living here also increased by 3.3 percent, their share of the total population is 16.7 percent, which means that 1,487,020 foreign nationals were registered at the beginning of the year (plus 48,097 people). The increase was particularly strong among Romanian nationals. Their number increased year-on-year by 10,777 people to 123,461 people. For the first time the Romanians were the second strongest foreign nationality in Austria after the Germans (200,059 people) – ahead of the citizens of Serbia (122,364 people) and Turkey (117,640 people). The number of Afghans was falling. The Hungarians, on the other hand, rose by 5.9 percent and the Italians by 5.2 percent.

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The population of Austria increased year-on-year by 0.5 percent to 8,902,600 people (plus 43,825 people). Vienna and Vorarlberg recorded the strongest growth, while the population in Carinthia stagnated. In the federal capital, the population rose by 0.8 percent to 1,911,728 people, said Statistics Austria on Wednesday.

In 68 political districts there were more inhabitants than in January 2019, in 26 districts a decline was registered. This minus was across the board in the Waldviertel, in the whole of Upper Styria and the neighboring Salzburg Lungau as well as in Carinthia with the exception of the two cities of Villach and Klagenfurt and the Klagenfurt-Land district. In addition, the number of inhabitants also declined in Güssing, Oberpullendorf, Voitsberg and in Southeast Styria, in the districts of Lilienfeld and Waidhofen an der Ybbs as well as in Steyr and Innsbruck.

Romanians second strongest nationality in Austria after Germans

The number of foreigners living here also increased by 3.3 percent, their share of the total population is 16.7 percent, which means that 1,487,020 foreign nationals were registered at the beginning of the year (plus 48,097 people). The increase was particularly strong among Romanian nationals. Their number increased year-on-year by 10,777 people to 123,461 people. For the first time the Romanians were the second strongest foreign nationality in Austria after the Germans (200,059 people) – ahead of the citizens of Serbia (122,364 people) and Turkey (117,640 people). The number of Afghans was falling. The Hungarians, on the other hand, rose by 5.9 percent and the Italians by 5.2 percent.

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The population of Austria increased year-on-year by 0.5 percent to 8,902,600 people (plus 43,825 people). Vienna and Vorarlberg recorded the strongest growth, while the population in Carinthia stagnated. In the federal capital, the population rose by 0.8 percent to 1,911,728 people, said Statistics Austria on Wednesday.

In 68 political districts there were more inhabitants than in January 2019, in 26 districts a decline was registered. This minus was across the board in the Waldviertel, in the whole of Upper Styria and the neighboring Salzburg Lungau as well as in Carinthia with the exception of the two cities of Villach and Klagenfurt and the Klagenfurt-Land district. In addition, the number of inhabitants also declined in Güssing, Oberpullendorf, Voitsberg and in Southeast Styria, in the districts of Lilienfeld and Waidhofen an der Ybbs as well as in Steyr and Innsbruck.

Romanians second strongest nationality in Austria after Germans

The number of foreigners living here also increased by 3.3 percent, their share of the total population is 16.7 percent, which means that 1,487,020 foreign nationals were registered at the beginning of the year (plus 48,097 people). The increase was particularly strong among Romanian nationals. Their number increased year-on-year by 10,777 people to 123,461 people. For the first time the Romanians were the second strongest foreign nationality in Austria after the Germans (200,059 people) – ahead of the citizens of Serbia (122,364 people) and Turkey (117,640 people). The number of Afghans was falling. The Hungarians, on the other hand, rose by 5.9 percent and the Italians by 5.2 percent.

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The population of Austria increased year-on-year by 0.5 percent to 8,902,600 people (plus 43,825 people). Vienna and Vorarlberg recorded the strongest growth, while the population in Carinthia stagnated. In the federal capital, the population rose by 0.8 percent to 1,911,728 people, said Statistics Austria on Wednesday.

In 68 political districts there were more inhabitants than in January 2019, in 26 districts a decline was registered. This minus was across the board in the Waldviertel, in the whole of Upper Styria and the neighboring Salzburg Lungau as well as in Carinthia with the exception of the two cities of Villach and Klagenfurt and the Klagenfurt-Land district. In addition, the number of inhabitants also declined in Güssing, Oberpullendorf, Voitsberg and in Southeast Styria, in the districts of Lilienfeld and Waidhofen an der Ybbs as well as in Steyr and Innsbruck.

Romanians second strongest nationality in Austria after Germans

The number of foreigners living here also increased by 3.3 percent, their share of the total population is 16.7 percent, which means that 1,487,020 foreign nationals were registered at the beginning of the year (plus 48,097 people). The increase was particularly strong among Romanian nationals. Their number increased year-on-year by 10,777 people to 123,461 people. For the first time the Romanians were the second strongest foreign nationality in Austria after the Germans (200,059 people) – ahead of the citizens of Serbia (122,364 people) and Turkey (117,640 people). The number of Afghans was falling. The Hungarians, on the other hand, rose by 5.9 percent and the Italians by 5.2 percent.

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The population of Austria increased year-on-year by 0.5 percent to 8,902,600 people (plus 43,825 people). Vienna and Vorarlberg recorded the strongest growth, while the population in Carinthia stagnated. In the federal capital, the population rose by 0.8 percent to 1,911,728 people, said Statistics Austria on Wednesday.

In 68 political districts there were more inhabitants than in January 2019, in 26 districts a decline was registered. This minus was across the board in the Waldviertel, in the whole of Upper Styria and the neighboring Salzburg Lungau as well as in Carinthia with the exception of the two cities of Villach and Klagenfurt and the Klagenfurt-Land district. In addition, the number of inhabitants also declined in Güssing, Oberpullendorf, Voitsberg and in Southeast Styria, in the districts of Lilienfeld and Waidhofen an der Ybbs as well as in Steyr and Innsbruck.

Romanians second strongest nationality in Austria after Germans

The number of foreigners living here also increased by 3.3 percent, their share of the total population is 16.7 percent, which means that 1,487,020 foreign nationals were registered at the beginning of the year (plus 48,097 people). The increase was particularly strong among Romanian nationals. Their number increased year-on-year by 10,777 people to 123,461 people. For the first time the Romanians were the second strongest foreign nationality in Austria after the Germans (200,059 people) – ahead of the citizens of Serbia (122,364 people) and Turkey (117,640 people). The number of Afghans was falling. The Hungarians, on the other hand, rose by 5.9 percent and the Italians by 5.2 percent.

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The population of Austria increased year-on-year by 0.5 percent to 8,902,600 people (plus 43,825 people).