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Austria, a land-locked country of Central Europe, is bordered by several other countries: Germany and Czech Republic to the north, Italy and Slovenia to the south, Hungary and Slovakia to the east, and Switzerland and Liechtenstein to the west. It covers an area of just over 32,000 square miles (almost 84,000 sq. km) and has a population of almost 8.5 million people.

Being located in the Alps, Austria contains several mountainous areas, with less than a third of the country actually below 500 meters (1,640 feet). In addition to its mountains (which make Alpine skiing its most popular sport), Austria contains lush forests (47% of the country is forested), picturesque rural areas, and several towns and cities with a wealth of culture and fine architecture.

While German is the country's official language, most of its people speak local Austro-Bavarian dialects based on German. Official communications and publications are produced in Austrian German.

Austria, which is the world's 11th richest economy by GDP, has historically had close ties with Germany, a key trading partner. However, since the fall of Communism, its companies have been especially active in Eastern Europe with investments and mergers & acquisitions. Tourism is Austria's principal industry, accounting for almost 9% of the country's GDP. Typical Austrian exports include machinery and equipment, motor vehicles and auto components, paper products, metal goods, iron and steel, chemicals and food products, with wine becoming increasing important too.

Austria's food finds its origins in the Austro-Hungarian Empire and reflects the centuries-old tradition of royal cuisine. Several dishes are beef and pork-based, with one of the most famous being Wiener schnitzel (an escalope of pork, although veal was originally used, fried in breadcrumbs). A typical local dish is pork pot roast, served with grated apple, horseradish and caraway potatoes. The cuisine of other countries and cultures (especially Hungarian, Czech, Balkan, French and Jewish) have also left their mark on the country's gastronomy. Due to its abundance of cattle, Austria is known for several fine dairy products, chocolate products and desserts. Typical desserts are Sachertorte (chocolate cake) and Krapfen (doughnuts filled with jam or custard) and Strudel (a layered pastry with a filling inside). Austria is also famous for its beers and coffee culture, as well as for wine and schnapps (a fruit brandy).

Once Europe's center of classical music, Austria has been the birthplace of several music composers and innovators, including Joseph Haydn, Franz Liszt, Franz Schubert, Johann Strauss, Sr. and Johann Strauss, Jr. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, born in Salzburg when it was independent but had close cultural links to Austria, spent much of his working life in Vienna. Austria has also spawned several prolific artists including Gustav Klimt, Oskar Kokoschka and Egon Schiele. Austria keeps its cultural heritage alive today, hosting several music, dance and film festivals.

Famous Austrians today include the actor and former Governor of California Arnold Schwarzenegger, ski champion Franz Klammer and former Formula One racing driver Niki Lauda.