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Guest contributor, Barbara, takes us on a tour of the most beautiful places in Austria. From the bustling capital of Vienna to picture-perfect Halstatt, she takes us through the some of the best places to visit in Austria.

Guest contributor, Barbara, takes us on a tour of the most beautiful places in Austria. From the bustling capital of Vienna to picture-perfect Halstatt, she takes us through the some of the best places to visit in Austria.

Planning a trip to Vienna? Here are 5 things you must do in Vienna.: http://www.travelingwellforless.com/2015/07/13/top-5-things-you-must-do-when-you-visit-vienna-austria/

Planning a trip to Vienna? Here are 5 things you must do in Vienna.: http://www.travelingwellforless.com/2015/07/13/top-5-things-you-must-do-when-you-visit-vienna-austria/

Naschmarkt, Vienna - Food and history from all over the world in Wien, Austria

Naschmarkt, Vienna - Food and history from all over the world in Wien, Austria

https://flic.kr/p/QFz2PC | Hofburg, Michaelerplatz, Vienna, Austria

https://flic.kr/p/QFz2PC | Hofburg, Michaelerplatz, Vienna, Austria

Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer on the set of The Sound of Music, 1965. What a classic!

Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer on the set of The Sound of Music, 1965. What a classic!

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(cont) it is in contrast with the rest of the imagery because everything else is gloomy and grey, which is usually done to depict depression or the past (both of which are features of this film). The colour red has most likely been chosen because it represents blood and the horror genre in general. The rest of the text gives little information towards the film (as it doesn't contain the date or any cast). Instead, it has reference to the bible (because the film is religion based) and a…