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You can see his private lodging in a very eccentric design.
You can see his private lodging in a very eccentric design. The villa is in the woods. In the rooms some paintings of Fuchs are exhibited, a painter who bought the house from the Wagner family. His painting were surprisingly influenced by the style of the villa.
Hüttelbergstraße 26, Penzing
Opened in 1907 as part of the largest mental hospital and sanatorium of its time in Europe, this Art Noveau church was constructed by the Viennese master architect Otto Wagner
Inspired by the Weißenhofsiedlung in Stuttgart and initiated by architect Josef Frank, the Werkbundsiedlung public estate housing project in the Lainz Municipality of Hietzing was built from 1930 to 1932 by numerous national and international architects of the time (amongst those famous names like Adolf Loos and Gerrit Rietvelt) and has fine examples of Bauhaus style architecture
A residential area which used to be a village once, but gained importance as the Schönbrunn Palace, was erected nearby
A beautiful cubist church on the top of a hill overlooking the woods
This newly renovated museum exhibits machines, transportations, electronic equipment, and the like from their first design up to their current form
Inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1996
The Austrian Parliament Building is a magnificent and imposing building in marble where the Nationalrat (National Council) and Bundesrat (Federal Council) meet
Houses the largest furniture collection in the world
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