capital of Austria, on the Danube: site (1814-15) of a conference (Congress of Vienna) of the major European powers at the end of the Napoleonic wars, to restore monarchies and readjust territories throughout Europe: Ger. name Wien
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The capital and largest city of Austria, in the northeast part of the country on the Danube River. Originally a Celtic settlement, it became the official residence of the house of Habsburg in 1278 and a leading cultural center in the 1700s, particularly under the reign (1740-1780) of Maria Theresa.x