To trace its origin, it is necessary to look into the depth of centuries. In I a. n. e. Celtic lands came under Roman rule. The new owners have become stronger in the conquered land. In a very convenient location, between one of the arms of the Danube river and Wine, located Roman military camp, went down in history under the name of Vindobona. It was here in 180, the Roman emperor died and philosopher Marcus Aurelius. And then there was a great migration of peoples, when the barbarian Germanic tribes broke into the Empire and destroyed the Roman colonies. In IV. Vindobona was destroyed. About those times survived only legends that tell of the death of Attila the Hun leader, Vienna, or stay here Charlemagne, who made this area his border outpost. The name of the settlement over the centuries changed several times - Vindomina, Veniya, Viena, until finally not become final - Vienna.