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Lipizzaner

see lipitsa.
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Q I used to rush home from school to watch a kids' TV series about Lippizaner ponies - what was it called?
In the work on Elisabeth of Austria (one chapter in a three-part film titled A Fair Tale [Extended Remix], 2006-2007), a shot of a troupe of Lippizaner stallions is so overexposed that the white horses glow like incandescent flares.
Stephen's Cathedral; some of the finest palaces of Europe, including the Hofburg, the Schonbrunn (which rivals Versailles), and the Belvedere; museums associated with the history of the Hapsburg Empire; some of the finest musical productions in the world; the performing Spanish Riding School (the Lippizaner White Stallions); the Vienna Boys Choir; and the picturesque Vienna Woods.
Last September, 150 writers, translators, critics, editors, and of course, publishers, descended on Lipica, Slovenia (home of the Lippizaner horses and the anatomically correct horse sculptures) for the the 15th annual Vilenica International Writers' Gathering.
There's a similar sense of wonder about Lipica, home of the Lippizaner horses made famous by the Spanish Riding School of Vienna.
In his words coffeehouses were and should remain the Lippizaner of gastronomy.