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    The Styrian Salzkammergut

    The Styrian Salzkammergut also known as the "Ausseerland" incorporates the municipalities of
    Bad Aussee, Altaussee, Grundlsee and Gößl and is an autonomous region with its own cultural peculiarities.

    Until the 15th century the Salzkammergut and the Ausseerland was directly owned by the Austrian Emperor (Kammergut). Later disputes over salt mining rights led to the handing over of the region to the Styrian province. During WW11 and the period of occupation by the US forces, the Ausseerland was incorporated in the administrative department Oberdonau (province of Upper Austria). The Ausseerland was returned to the province of Styria in 1955.

    Inextricably linked to the Ausseerland is the Narcissus Festival. It is held alternatively in Grundlsee and Altaussee. Likewise the Altaussee Beer Festival in September, the "Seer" concert in Grundlsee and the famous Aussee Carnival to mention just a few of the attractions.

    Traditional dressmakers, bespoke tailors and seamstresses, "Lederhosen" makers, silk printers and hatters are professions long gone in most areas; here they are alive and thriving.
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