Just for fun: How well do you know Austria?

Hello everyone,

We would like to invite you to take part in a knowledge test based on Austria. Find a few questions below:

1. What is the capital city or administrative capital of Austria?
2. What currency is used in Austria?
3. List the national symbols of Austria.
4. What are the official languages or the ones used the most on a day-to-day basis?
5. Share with us the national motto.
6. Define Austria in one word.

Thank you for participating and have fun :)
Diksha

Diksha :

Hello everyone,

We would like to invite you to take part in a knowledge test based on Austria. Find a few questions below:

1. What is the capital city or administrative capital of Austria?
2. What currency is used in Austria?
3. List the national symbols of Austria.
4. What are the official languages or the ones used the most on a day-to-day basis?
5. Share with us the national motto.
6. Define Austria in one word.

Thank you for participating and have fun :)
Diksha

1) Vienna / Wien
2) The Euro €
3) Austria's coat of arms consists of a black eagle with broken chains around its legs, and a sickle and hammer in its talons. The broken chains represent liberation from the National Socialist dictatorship, the sickle for agriculture, and the hammer for industry.
http://www.ngw.nl/heraldrywiki/images/e/ec/Austria.jpg
4) German /  Deutsch
5) No official motto.
6) Beautiful

Diksha :

Hello everyone,

We would like to invite you to take part in a knowledge test based on Austria. Find a few questions below:

1. What is the capital city or administrative capital of Austria?
2. What currency is used in Austria?
3. List the national symbols of Austria.
4. What are the official languages or the ones used the most on a day-to-day basis?
5. Share with us the national motto.
6. Define Austria in one word.

Thank you for participating and have fun :)
Diksha

1. Vienna (we'll be there in December!  Yeah.)
2. Euro
3. Have no idea and do not want to ask Wiki for help, but if I had any say on the symbols, they would've been Mozart, coffee, Sachertorte, Kaiser Mountains, Tracht clothing, cows sleeping peacefully under the sun on a green slope, and Christmas Markets.  At least those were my memories after our two visits. 
4. German mostly, but everyone understood and responded to us in English, French, or Italian.
5. I don't think there is one. 
6- Serenity.

I don't know anything about Austria but I know that the capital city of this country is Vienna  because of I and going to visit there and some other popular cities in Austria next month

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