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A gallery owned by the Academy of Fine Arts, to which Hitler applied to before he decided to change to politics.
A gallery owned by the Academy of Fine Arts, to which Hitler applied to before he decided to change to politics. It offers some paintings of Rubens and Bosch. Most interesting are the Renaissance and medieval exponents.
Schillerplatz 3, Vienna, Austria
+43 1 58816181
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