Translation for 'Viennese Classic' from English to Swedish
wienklassicism {u}
Viennese Classic
wiensk {adj}Viennese
wienervals {u}
Viennese waltz
klassisk {adj}classic
klassiker {u}classic
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Usage Examples English
  • After the originally planned by the municipality of Vienna full integration of the Stadtbahn into the tram network was still rejected in the course of 1923, was also the Viennese Electric Light Rail, abbreviated W.E.St., formally a classic railway.
  • Besides the classic Viennese culinary specialties, such as "goulash" and "Wiener Schnitzel", the trademark dish of the restaurant is "Schweinsstelzen" (pig's feet).
  • It is a classic dish of the Viennese cuisine and popular in all of Austria and the neighboring German state of Bavaria.
  • The first waltz section comprises a hesitated tune with a snare drum accompaniment akin to the classic Viennese waltz variety.
  • Oskar Hirsch (November 14, 1877 - April 20, 1965) was a Viennese otolaryngologist. In 1910, he described his classic transsphenoidal surgery technique for pituitary gland surgery.

  • Peter Havlicek is dedicated to the renewal of the Viennese music and its combination with classic and jazz since the beginning of his musical career.
  • The same year Friedl had also begun a long-term working relationship with Viennese architects Fellner & Helmer for theaters across Europe, transmitting variations of the Viennese neo-classic Ringstraße Style to Sofia, Brno, Berlin, etc.
  • Alsergrund is associated with many notable names of Viennese art and science.
  • In the 1950s, the period of "coffee house death" began, as many famous Viennese coffee houses had to close.
  • It includes not only the popular melodies of the Viennese operettas or the German film hits as well as the character pieces of coffee house music.

  • "Eignblunzn" (also known as Viennese Factionism: Eignblunzn or auto blood sausage) is a 2003 performance by Austrian art theory group monochrom and is considered an important work in the group's history and Austrian art history in the 2000s.
  • The Danish pastry is said to originate from Vienna and in Denmark is called "wienerbrød" (Viennese bread).
  • Viennese waltz originated in Provence area in France in 1559 and is recognized as the oldest of all ballroom dances.
  • "Ein echter Wiener geht nicht unter" (German; literally: A real Viennese does not go under. ...
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