The famous Spanish Riding School in Vienna has a history dating back to the Habsburg Monarchy in 1572. It's also home to the famous, white Lipizzan horses, which are trained to perform classic dressage.
The end of male dominance has began as the over 450- year-old Spanish riding school of Vienna, renowned for its white horses and immaculate equestrianism, presented its first ever woman rider.
Empress of Austria Maria Theresa paved the way for compulsory education in the 18th century, but also persecuted sexual immorality. A reformer and fierce ruler, Austria marks the 300th anniversary of her birth.
Hannah Zeitlhofer has become the first female rider at Vienna's famous Spanish Riding School. For centuries that was a privilege reserved solely for men.
The Korean art of making kimchi was among 20 practices and traditions added to the UN cultural agency's Intangible Heritage List. Other items include a tug of war game popular in parts of Asia and horsemanship in Vienna.
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