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List Denkmal
Austria

Friedrich List


- Born: 6 August 1789 in Reutlingen

- Died: 30 November 1846 in Kufstein

- Founder of modern traffic science

- Railway pioneer

- Founder of the German Customs Union

- A visionary of a united Europe

List monument Kufstein: Built in 1906, restored in 2006

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