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Vienna
Wien
Skyline of Vienna
Official flag of Vienna
Flag
Official seal of Vienna
Seal
Location of Vienna in Austria
Location of Vienna in Austria
Coordinates:
State Austria
Government
 - Mayor aur governor Michael Häupl (Social Democratic Party of Austria)
Area
 - City 414.90 km²  (160.2 sq mi)
 - Land 395.51 km² (152.7 sq mi)
 - Water 19.39 km² (7.5 sq mi)
Elevation 190 m  (ft623 foot)
Population (1st quarter of 2009)
 - City 1.680.266 [1]
 - Density 4,011/km² (10,388.4/sq mi)
 - Metro 2,268,656 (01.02.2007)
Time zone Central European Time (UTC+1)
 - Summer (DST) Central European Summer Time (UTC+2)
Website: www.wien.at

Vienna (IPA-en|viˈɛ:na; in IPA-all viːn; see also other names) Republic of Austria ke capital aur Austria ke nau me se ek state hai. Vienna Austria ke khaas city hai aur iske population 1.7 million hai [1] (2.3 million within the metropolitan area), Ii Austria ke aur sab city ke milaan me bahut barraa hai aur Austria ke cultural, economic aur political centre hai. Vienna, Austria ke ekdam east me aur Czech Republic, Slovakia aur Hungary ke border ke nangich hai. 2001 me ii city ke UNESCO, World Heritage Site banais aur 2005 me ek Economist Intelligence Unit, jon ki 127 world cities ke rank karis iske dunia ke sab se achchha rahe waala city batais.

Naam[badlo | edit source]

English naam Vienna, official German naam Wien, aur ii city ke naam aur dher bhasa me, Celtic sabd "windu" se aais hae, jiske matlab bright nai to fair hae. Kuchh log ii soche hae ki ii naam Vedunia se aae hae, jiske matlab "forest stream," hae jon ki baad me Venia, Wienne aur Wien banaa. Others claim that the name comes from the Roman settlement Vindobona, probably meaning "white base/bottom," which became Vindovina, Vídeň (Czech) and Wien.[2]

The name of the city in Hungarian (Bécs), Bosnian, Croatian and Serbian (Beč) and Ottoman Turkish (Beç) appears to have a different, Slavonic origin, and originally referred to an Avar fort in the area.[3] In Slovene, the city is called Dunaj, which in other Slavic languages means the Danube River, on which it is located.


Twin towns – Sister cities[badlo | edit source]

Chapa ke gallery[badlo | edit source]

References[badlo | edit source]

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  2. "Wien International website: History". Wieninternational.at. 15 May 2008. http://www.wieninternational.at/en/node/3857. Retrieved 13 June 2010.
  3. "Encyclopedia Britannica 1911 edition". 1911encyclopedia.org. 19 November 2006. http://www.1911encyclopedia.org/Vienna. Retrieved 13 June 2010.

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