[ wˈaɡɹam], [ wˈaɡɹam], [ w_ˈa_ɡ_ɹ_a_m]
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What is wagram?
Wagram is a village in Lower Austria, about 12 kilometers southwest of Vienna. It is known for its wine and for the Wagram Tower.
The village of Wagram is first mentioned in 1180. It derived its name from a spring in the area. Wagram Castle was first mentioned in a deed from 1211.
The Wagram Tower was first mentioned in a document from 1296. Emperor Rudolph IV ordered the construction of the tower to commemorate his victory over the Tyrolean Hermagoras. The tower was completed in 1386 and is the second tallest man-made structure in Austria.
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