This easy access to natural surroundings and forested highlands of the Wienerwald
, are a big lure for those seeking to eschew the urban whirligig.
His first paintings of nature appeared during the war years, and one may speculate that because he was living in fear, he felt more comfortable in the Wienerwald
(Vienna Woods) than in the city.
The old wood-trimmed restaurant at the railway station, for example, where waiters in white aprons served very decent inexpensive meals, was replaced by a Wienerwald
chicken franchise and then by the current McDonald's.
In its deep basement the Brunnia unit (Misar et al., 1983) is evolved, its granitoides rise to the surface under Wienerwald
flysch in the Tulln Dome and in the Dyje Dome (second one Jincek (1991) does not consider!?).
Head to a 400-m slope illuminated by huge floodlights in Wienerwald
woods to ski by night.
However, the beauty of the countryside still comes through, especially in the light of the characters' rugged camping trip: "[W]hen the sky was reddening before sunrise, we had slipped swiftly through still-sleeping Vienna, leaving it a couple of hours later a mere patch of smoke against the blue hills of the Wienerwald
on the horizon; we had breakfasted below Fischeramend under a grove of birch trees roaring in the wind" (18).
Aasbrink's book "And in Wienerwald
the trees remain" tells the story of Otto Ullman, a Jewish boy sent from Austria to Sweden right before the outbreak of World War II and soon becomes friends with Kamprad.
Asbrink's book, And in Wienerwald
the trees remain, describes Kamprad's friendship with a young Jewish refugee, who came to work on his family farm and then played a key role in the team that launched IKEA.
ISTANBUL, Dec 14, 2009 (TUR) -- German fast food chain Wienerwald
, which mainly sells chicken and chicken products, has entered Turkish market through a local authorized franchiser.