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      Photo Essay: Austria’s Shooting Star

    I adored the stunning viewpoints all over Graz! The streets are so cute, adorned with beautiful colors of pastel and hidden cute alleyways. Schlossberg viewpoint felt like a hidden oasis above the city and the perfect spot to have dinner and take in the surroundings.

    Kara Mercer
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    Kara Mercer

    We sent US fashion and lifestyle photographer Kara Mercer on a road trip through Austria, armed with a camera and her discerning eye. This photo essay takes you on a visual tour through her perspective!

    Some cities have a rhythm, Graz has a melody. Things happen at a relaxed and enjoyable pace here, including meals, work, and sightseeing. If this all sounds a bit, well, Italian to you then you would be correct. Graz has a Mediterranean flair and celebrates its southern location with plenty of outdoor dining and green spaces around the city.  

    History sometimes seems overshadowed by Graz’ reputation as a city for bon vivants. But two places in particular can change your mind about this: Eggenberg Palace and the Armoury museum. Eggenberg is a slightly off-beat cousin to Vienna's Baroque palaces and has a stunning garden. Graz’ Armoury museum is the largest historical armoury in the world and houses over 32,000 items.

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