Cities by clues: Central Europe

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Last updated: December 28, 2018
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Ticino river, UNESCO castle or three, "Biscione" in coat of arms
Bellinzona
along the Rhine, home of a princely family, local football team plays in another country's league
Vaduz
a major traffic junction, the first Alpine town of the year, Drau/Drava river
Villach
Roman city of Emona, Dragon is good and a protector, triple bridge
Ljubljana
European capital of culture 2013, Slovak Ore Mountains, important Jewish city, SPOTs
Košice
former Moravian capital, Špilberk Castle, horse-drawn tram, confluence of Svitava and Svratka
Brno
the clocktower on castle hill, important to Slovenes yet outside Slovenia, controversial Kunsthaus
Graz
beer type named after, University of West Bohemia, Moorish revival great synagogue
Plzeň
Casino on fire, famous Deep Purple song (and recording place of), Freddie Mercury statue
Montreux
Trinational Eurodistrict, even has Icelandic name in 12th century chronicle, "world's 1st international railway station"
Basel
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founded by Romans as Sopianæ, UNESCO necropolis, Barbakán tower
Pécs
two-part name, silver mining town, church decorated with human bones
Kutná Hora
Wörthersee, Minimundus, Lindworm fountain
Klagenfurt
Karawanks mountain range, famous lake, health resort, Assumption of Mary on an island
Bled
third largest castle in Slovakia, Pohoda music festival, first mentioned as Leukaristos - under current name (more or less) since 1111
Trenčín
Palace Hotel surrounded by special park, hanging gardens, highest waterfall in Hungary, officially a part of Miskolc, famous tourist location
Lillafüred
The Black Tower is here, the Green House J.W.v. Goethe frequented, Eger to some
Cheb
World Economic Forum, Spengler Cup, winter sports and a mid-profile tourist skiing town
Davos
major waterfalls, Imperial Abbey of the Holy Roman Empire, suffered an US Air Force bombing raid due to "navigation error"
Schaffhausen
Gutenberg Castle (Burg Gutenberg), East bank of Rhine plus exclaves elsewhere in the tiny country
Balzers
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