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  • Radomir Gregor
  • January 10, 2016
  • Austria, Europe
  • 46x MPO, 46x JPEG, 0x video

About this collection

Wachau is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It's part of Lower Austria, about 80 kilometers west of the capital Vienna and it lies on the Danube. It's a thirty-kilometer part of the Danube riverside between the towns of Krems an der Donau and Melk. The Danube flows into this area from the plains near Linz, caught between the steep slopes of the hilly landscape. For longer than I can remember, grapevine has been cultivated on the terraced fields of the southern slopes. Another feature of the Wachau Valley is the cultivation of apricots. Apricot festivals are held here every year. Many historically valuable buildings are preserved in this area; even entire towns and villages. I moved to this region ten years ago, and now it's my new home.

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About the author

Radomir Gregor

Radomir Gregor

I was born in Hodonin, a South Moravian town in the Czech Republic in 1960. I finished my studies after graduation. In 1985, I emigrated to Austria, and I’ve been running a business here for 10 years now. Photography has been a hobby of mine for about 7 years. In 2012, I bought a new TV with 3D capabilities. About a month later, it was followed by a F...

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