Lax zoning laws in Austria continue to allow 100 square meters of arable land to be lost every minute to construction projects. The last vegetable farmers in Vienna, a family farm that has been growing vegetables in the Donaufeld alluvial plan for 150 years, are being forced off their land to make way for a … Continue reading Farming Simulation League
While members of the national and international press are warning of the end of the world as we know it and rebranding Graz as Stalingraz following Sunday’s city council election here, a far more revolutionary election result occurred in Germany over the weekend. I am not referring to whether Armin Laschet or Olaf Scholz will … Continue reading Communism reloaded, expropriation in Berlin?
Municipal tourist boards invest significant effort in promoting the local character of their cities. Convincing potential visitors in advance of the beauty and distinctive allure of their hamlets, however, can be challenging. This is especially true for Graz as we have to compete against our globally recognized federal capital with its Sachertorte, imperial architecture, and … Continue reading Comrades, visit Graz!
he would probably look like this. This anthropomorphic chocolate nightmare is currently scaring children and adults alike in the Färbergasse in Graz. I assume it will be on display until Easter, so come visit our city and see for yourself before the season changes.