Klagenfurt is in southern Austria, on the Glan river, a few kilometres from lake Worthersee and is the capital of Carinthia.
Klagenfurt — the birthplace of the writer Robert Musil, famous for his book “Man without qualities”, and the German literary contest named the Ingeborg Bachmann. In addition, in Klagenfurt lived and worked as composer and conductor Gustav Mahler. Every summer on lake Worthersee attracts athletes and fans at a beach volleyball tournament. Proximity should pay attention to the Old town with Alter Platz square, where are located the most beautiful building in the Renaissance style; the lindworm fountain in the form of a dragon, built in 1593; Landhaus Palace in the Baroque style, now seat of the national Assembly, and a Cistercian Abbey Stift Viktring, founded in 1142