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Grafenegg Kulturbetriebesgesellschaft m.b.H. 
Schloss Grafenegg
3485 Grafenegg 10, Austria
UID: ATU 58026978
Company ID: FN 248521 y
Firm commercially registered with the regional court of Krems (Landesgericht)
Büro St. Pölten
Kulturbezirk 2 
3100 St. Pölten 
Phone: +43 (0)2742 90 80 70
Fax: +43 (0)2742 90 80 72
office@grafenegg.com

Responsible within the context of press legislation

DI Paul A. Gessl, Executive Director

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Marketing and Communications Department

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Programming

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