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Portschach intro. The Austrian town of Portschach am Worthersee lies along the northern shore of Lake Woerth in Carinthia Province, a short distance from the provincial capital, Klagenfurt. Its main claim to fame is the annual Hypo Group Tennis International's annual tournament, part of the International Series of the ATP Tour. Celtic and pre-Celtic basin stones have been excavated from this historic site dating back several thousand years, confirming the antiquity of Portschach as a settlement. The town has been a centre for tourism since long before the railway arrived in 1864, and was home for a while to both Gustav Mahler and Johannes Brahms, with Austro-Hungarian Emperor Franz Joseph I a regular visitor. Nowadays, Portschach hotels cater for many visitors all year, but are busiest during the tennis tournament. Attractions here include Leonstain Castle, part of which is now a hotel, and Chateau Leonstain in the town centre. The annual International Johannes Brahms Competition, including piano, violin, viola, chamber music, cello and voice categories, is held here annually in September.
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