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  2. Braunau am Inn - Wikipedia

    Braunau is connected by bridges over the Inn with its Bavarian counterpart Simbach am Inn. A traditional port of entry, all border controls have been abolished since the implementation of the Schengen Agreement by Austria in 1997. The town gave its name to the administrative district ( Bezirk ).

  3. Braunau | Austria | Britannica

    Braunau, also called Braunau Am Inn, town, northern Austria, on the Inn River, opposite the Bavarian town of Simbach and north of Salzburg. The name is derived from Brunnenau, meaning a “place with many springs.” Originally a possession of the dukes of Bavaria, it was chartered in 1260; it was strongly fortified in 1672–76.

  4. Things to Do in Braunau am Inn - Tripadvisor

    Braunau was a wealthy trading town in Medieval times, when this impressive church was built. It has the third highest steeple in the country, a spectacular Baroque interior and one of the best pipe organs to be found in Europe. Located just off the historic central square of Braunau.

  5. The yellow, three-story building sits on a street in Braunau am Inn, a small medieval town on the northern border with Germany. A memorial stone sits outside with the inscription "For peace,...

  6. Stadtamt Braunau am Inn. s’Entdeckerviertel. Braunau.Simbach.Inn

  7. Braunau am Inn, Austria. Tips for Travelers.

    Braunau am Inn, Austria, is a pretty town of about 17,000 people, right on the German border, and well worth a visit. It's known internationally as being the birthplace of Adolf Hitler, but there's also lots more to its history, and it's an interesting place to explore. Things to see.

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