In 1525 during the German Peasants’ War the city opened its gates and the rebels robbed and ruled it for a month until their defeat in Böblingen.
Črni Kal (in translation Black clay) is a beautiful historical Slovenian village. Črni Kal Viaduct is the biggest in Slovenia.
The medieval Arab metropolis of Loulé (Al-’Ulya’) is still recognizable in its old architecture.
Oberägeri, formerly known as Ägeri (Aegeri), is a municipality on lake Aegeri (Ägerisee). An important battle took place here on 1315 at Morgarten.
Founded in 1278, the castle was never conquered. In 1950 have started a reconstruction plan to restore this Styrian fortress to its former glory.
In 1590, the new king of France, Henry IV (Henri-Quatre), a former Protestant turned Catholic, created here a rival Parliament to that in the capital of Burgundy, Dijon, which did not recognize him as king.
This is the Folk Culture Museum. Many houses are authentic, moved from the Carpathian villages.