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Moving to Austria

If you are planning on moving to Austria, MCR has the expertise and the local knowledge to tailor the move
to your specific needs.
Austria can be a very exciting holiday or expat destination.
Whether you would prefer to see stunning landscapes, move to a historic city, or to the cosmopolitan capital,
Austria has a lot to offer. With a long cultural tradition in various forms of art, including music, and theatre,
stunning architecture and beautiful landscapes in the Alps, Austria could be the perfect location for many
expats moving abroad. Austria is nowadays one of the richest countries in the world. The country is a
parliamentary democracy, has a high standard of living and ranks high on the Human Development Index.
Austria is also a member of the United Nations, European Union, and the OECD.
You will surely enjoy Austria’s cosmopolitan culture, amazing ski-resorts, and Austria can also boast an
extremely strong economy and a favourable business environment.

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A few interesting facts about Austria

1. Austria has given the world many famous classical music composers, including Haydn, Mozart, Schubert, Liszt, J. Strauss, Mahler, and Bruckner.

2. The founder of the German sports car company ‘Porsche’ was the Austrian Ferdinand Porsche. He also designed the Volkswagen.

3. The magic words for wine drinkers in Vienna are ein Achtel (an eighth of a liter), which is the most common serving size in Vienna

4. Viennese psychiatrist Sigmund Freud is best known as the founding father of psychoanalysis, which has heavily influenced modern psychology as well as other domains of science and culture.

5. Alpine, or downhill, skiing has been the most popular sport in Austria for over 100 years. Mathias Zdarsky wrote the first handbook of skiing in 1897, invented the first ski bindings worthy of mention, and organized the first slalom race in 1905.

6. Austrian actor Christoph Waltz has won two Academy Awards for Best-Supporting Actor Award for his roles as the sadistic SS Standartenfürher Hans Landa, in Quentin Tarantino’s Inglorious Basterds in 2010, and as German dentist and bounty hunter King Schultz in Tarantino’s Django Unchained in 2013.

7. The Austrian tradition of cake baking goes back centuries, with competition fierce between towns and cities to produce the finest tortes. Even in small villages, bakeries would try to outdo each other. Almost every Austrian city has its trademark cake. The most famous Austrian cake is the Viennese Sachertorte, a rich chocolate cake invented by Chef Franz Sacher for Chancellor Metternich in 1832.

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