National Geographic : 1932 Oct
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE A GROUP OF PEASANTS ON THE MUR BRIDGE AT TEUFENBACH Some of the men's costumes in this group are historical, but those of the women are modern. The Mur River is the backbone of Styria. To its banks cling chains of villages, many of them with somber castles rising from rocky crags. © National Geographic Society Natural Color Photographs by Hans Hildenbrand CITY GIRLS ON HOLIDAY BENT Whole families from Vienna and Graz flock to Styria's villages in the many picturesque mountain valleys. Children play in the fields and their elders climb mountains, or hunt deer and chamois.