Built between 1927 and 1930 by the Otto-Wagner-Student Karl Ehn, the Karl Marx-Hof is a public housing complex (called 'Gemeindebau' in Vienna), from the time of the social-democratic public housing programme during Austria's First Republic

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The Architecture of Red Vienna: Guided Walking Tour

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Architecture of Red Vienna Small Group Tour

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Private 3-Hour History Tour: Architecture of Red Vienna

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Karl Marx-Hof, Vienna

Built between 1927 and 1930 by the Otto-Wagner-Student Karl Ehn, the Karl Marx-Hof is a public housing complex (called 'Gemeindebau' in Vienna), from the time of the social-democratic public housing programme during Austria's First Republic.

Built between 1927 and 1930 by the Otto-Wagner-Student Karl Ehn, the Karl Marx-Hof is a public housing complex (called 'Gemeindebau' in Vienna), from the time of the social-democratic public housing programme during Austria's First Republic. With its 1382 Apartments and roughly 1,1 km in length, Marx-Hof is the worlds longest contigious public housing complex and probably Vienna's most famous 'Gemeindebau'.


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About Karl Marx-Hof

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Karl Marx-Hof and Nearby Sights on Map

Grinzing

Dating back to the times of Roman settlement in Vienna, this is the oldest neighbourhood of the Döbling district and is famous for its vineyards and 'Heurige' (Austrian wine taverns)

Vienna Freud Museum

This small museum is in Freud's historic flat where he practiced psychoanalysis for almost his whole life

Liechtenstein Museum

A private collection of the Prince of Liechtenstein, it is exhibited in his once Viennese Residence

Museum at the Scottish Monastery

A nice, small picture gallery mainly of Baroque Austrian painting

Votivkirche

One of the most important Neo-Gothic religious architectural sites in the world, constructed between 1856 and 1879

Neue Hofburg

The newest and largest section of the Imperial Palace

Türkenschanzpark

A very beautiful park, inaugurated in 1888 by Austrian emperor Franz Joseph

Hofburg Palace

This immense palace complex grew into a large, unwieldy series of buildings over the years and was the imperial residence of the Habsburg emperors until 1918

Chapel of the Imperial Palace

The original chapel of the

Pathological and Anatomical State Museum

Housed in a squat tower, which once was an insane asylum, the Narrenturm (Fool's Tower), this museum contains some of the dustier corners of the annals of medicine