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Michael Pölzl

Danube Water – Surprising Results

Being among the most intensely analysed rivers worldwide, tests in the Danube showed surprising results. The analysis of our own samples from the Danube along the National Park did not show any striking contamination or irregularities; however, the professional testing… Continue Reading →

Power Plant Ybbs/Persenbeug

After finishing lunch at the restaurant in the middle of the old town of Ybbs, called “Mang” we headed to the oldest water power plant in Austria. The group met at the car park in front of the entrance of… Continue Reading →

It’s getting dark at the National Park Donauauen

Without any light through the Danube’s lowland forest. It was a special challenge for the students of the school center SZ-YBBS, which took part in the optional school subject named MIP (Management internationaler Projekte) and the new Erasmus+ project EU’R’AQUATIC…. Continue Reading →

Austria in Memes

Inner Monologue (AUT)

Have you ever wondered what the world would be like if nothing ever happened like it happened? Have you ever asked yourself what you could do to change the world? Personally, I believe that our world is a good place… Continue Reading →

Photo Workshop (AUT)

  What are the two most important things about journalism? Right, writing articles and take photos. We, the team from ufo in Ybbs had the privilege to learn how to take good photos from the photographer Franz Weingartner. Franz Weingartner… Continue Reading →

Our Journey to Romania (AUT)

Our journey started in the morning of 16th May. We, the UFO team of Ybbs, went to Romania to the festival of Joy. It took us six hours to get there. In the evening of the first day we went… Continue Reading →

Interview With Artist Peter Ruef (AUT)

Peter Ruef is a painter who lives, together with his two wonderful cats, in an old, small farmhouse with an amazing view on the Hengstberg. We visited him and asked him what it was like to be an artist nowadays…. Continue Reading →

Austria’s Sheer Horror (AUT)

You may think: “What the hell can be so terrifying to title this article with the headline “Austria’s sheer horror”?”. Well, if you visit Austria in December or January you will get your answer. It’s the Perchts and Krampusse. On… Continue Reading →

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