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Klosterneuburg

(klôs'tərnoi`bo͝orkh), city (1991 pop. 24,442), Lower Austria prov., NE Austria, on the Danube River and the north slope of the Wienerwald, near Vienna. Klosterneuburg was port of Vienna from 1938 until 1954, when it was returned to Niederöstereich. It is the site of a wealthy Augustinian monastery (consecrated 1136), the oldest in Austria. The monastery has an extensive library, enormous wine cellars, and the famous Verduner Altar (1181) by Nicholaus of Verdun. Klostenburg is also home to the Federal College of Viticulture and Pomology (1860), one of the only schools in the world with a focus on wine-making. It is a popular river resort, and has wood and chemical manufacturers.
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KLOSTERNEUBURG, Austria, May 3, 2017 -- Austrian and American scientists have found that a gene called Lgl1 controls the production of certain neurons in the cortex of mouse embryos, and plays a role in the production of other types of neurons and glia after birth.
He has conducted performances in opera houses, such as Klosterneuburg Opera-Austria, Opera de Bauge-France, Rose Theatre-London, National Opera of Greece and concert halls such as Musikverein-Vienna, Gasteig-Munich, Liederhalle-Stuttgart, Brucknerhaus-Linz.
The company, based in Graz and Klosterneuburg, employs key individuals from the field of security-critical aerospace communications and has a unique, patented single-stream technology.
Planckhgasse 21, 3400 Klosterneuburg, Austria; e-mail: office@at-consult.
Agnes and Karlheinz Essl have been collecting predominantly Austrian and German contemporary art for over five decades, and were obliged by massive business losses to deaccession a selection from their inventory of some 7,000 works to ensure the future of their museum in Klosterneuburg, near Vienna.
SeeNews) - Sep 2, 2014 - Austrian general public services company Scientia Immorent GmbH has awarded a EUR-299,000 (USD 392,000) contract to local M+E Metallbau for metal works in Klosterneuburg, the state of Lower Austria.
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And Harald Szeemann was so fascinated by what was happening in Tirana that it inspired him to curate an entire show ["Blood and Honey" at the Essl Museum--Kunst der Gegenwart, Klosterneuburg, Austria, in 20031; he even participated as an artist in the second edition of our biennial [in 2003].
The Austrian copies are mostly to be found in important monastic collections, the most significant of them being Lambach with twelve copies, Kremsmunster (10), Seitenstetten (10), Klosterneuburg (8), Melk (8) and Herzogenburg (6).
Off the rails BUNGLING engineers derailed an express train in Klosterneuburg, Austria, when they removed track for repairs two days ahead of schedule.
Since then, it has been shown in prestigious galleries around the world, including Haus der Kulturen der Welt in Berlin in 2008 and the Essl Museum, Klosterneuburg (Austria) and Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, in 2009.