Linz (population 200,000) is a city in north-western Austria, the Danube River. It is the capital of Upper Austria (Oberösterreich).
Near Linz, is Leonding city where Adolf Hitler's parents are buried. Adolf Hitler himself went to school ("Fadingergymnasium") in Linz, but left before I finish it, changing the school with a Steyr (Upper Austria).
The composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's 36th Symphony (1783) in Linz for a concert that was supposed to take place here, work is now known as Symphony Linz. The first version of Symphony 1 in C minor by Anton Bruckner is known as version Linz.