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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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Karl Marx-Hof and Nearby Attractions on Map

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Grinzing(1.9 km)
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).

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