The croissant was introduced into what country?
Correct! Austria! To celebrate their victory over the Turks at the Battle of Vienna, Austrian bakers decided to create a pastry in the shape of the crescent of the Ottoman flag. Crescent, croissant. Crescent, croissant. And, in fact, the croissant does not arrive in France until a hundred years later when it's brought over by a sixteen-year-old Austrian princess by the name of Kirsten Dunst.