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February 10th, 2014 06:15 AM #11
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February 10th, 2014 01:17 PM #17
Google says they are also widely available in most European countries but can be ordered directly from butcher shops. Not really sure how they are sold in Europe but as it originated in Vienna (Austria) and made it to a different continent, I'm going to assume they are also as popular in Europe.
People will be aware of the country Austria but not necessarily the city of Vienna. Also as it is not a popular name and the sausages are very popular, people will associate Vienna with the very popular household staple sausage. I'm strictly speaking about where I am from but seems like the OP has a similar view.
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