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Vienna, Austria 2017 Part IV

Gartenpalais Liechtenstein (Garden Palace), Fürstengasse, Vienna, Austria

The City Palace of the Princely family of Liechtenstein is the first major example of High Baroque architecture in Vienna and holds insights into artistocratic life. The Lichtenstenstein Garden Palace is home to an art collection once owned by Prince von und zu Liechtenstein. Known as The Princely Collections, they contain masterpieces from the early Renaissance to the Biedermeier era, including highlights from Peter Paul Rubens, Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn, Anthony van Dyck, Lucas Cranach the Elder, Frans Hals and Raffaello Sanzio da Urbino. The collections also include unique and precious holdings of prints and engravings, Italian bronzes of the 16th and 17th century, pietra dura objects, furniture,porcelain, tapestries, ivories and arms that once graced the castles and palaces owned by the family.

Flakturm VII G-Tower (Anti-Aircraft Tower), Augarten, Leopoldstadt, Vienna

Flak towers (German: Flaktürme) were large, above-ground, anti-aircraft gun blockhouse towers constructed by Nazi Germany. There were 8 flak tower complexes in the cities of Berlin (3), Hamburg (2), and Vienna (3) from 1940 onwards. Other cities that used flak towers included Stuttgart and Frankfurt. Smaller single-purpose flak towers were built at key outlying German strongpoints, such as at Angers in France, Helgoland in Germany. The towers were operated by the Luftwaffe to defend against Allied strategic air raids against these cities during World War II. They also served as air-raid shelters for tens of thousands of local civilians.

Café Restaurant Augarten Wall, Obere Augartenstraße, Leopoldstadt, Vienna

Entry Gate, Augarten, Obere Augartenstraße, Leopoldstadt, Vienna

Wine Barrel, Café Restaurant Augarten, Obere Augartenstraße, Vienna

Das Porzellanmuseum Augarten, Obere Augartenstraße, Vienna

Old Building, Augarten, Obere Augartenstraße, Vienna

Entry Gate, Augarten, Obere Augartenstraße, Leopoldstadt, Vienna

Tech Gate, Donau-City-Straße, Vienna

Andromeda Tower, Donau-City-Straße, Vienna

Saturn Tower, Leonard Bernstein Straße, Dabube City, Vienna

Commercial Building, Bruno Kreisky Platz, Vienna

“Große Skulptur” (Fritz Wotruba, 1965), Bruno Kreisky Platz, Vienna

Donauturm Aussichtsturm (Danube Obersavtion Tower), Mispelweg, Vienna

The Donauturm (English: Danube Tower) is a tower in Vienna, the tallest structure in Austria at 252 metres (827 ft), and is the 59th tallest tower in the world. Opening in April 1964, the tower is located near the north bank of the Danube River in the district of Donaustadt. Travel to the top and there is a revolving restaurant.

Views from Donauturm Revolving Restaurant, Donauturm Aussichtsturm (Danube Obersavtion Tower), Mispelweg, Vienna

Memorial to Salvador Allende, Donaupark, Vienna

Salvador Guillermo Allende Gossens 26 June 1908 – 11 September 1973) was a Chilean physician and politician, known as the first Marxist to become president of a Latin American country through open elections.

Allende’s involvement in Chilean political life spanned a period of nearly forty years. As a member of the Socialist Party, he was a senator, deputy and cabinet minister. He unsuccessfully ran for the presidency in the 1952, 1958, and 1964 elections. In 1970, he won the presidency in a close three-way race. He was elected in a run-off by Congress as no candidate had gained a majority.

Miniature Railway Track, Donaupark, Vienna

“Golf Kills”, Papstwiese Donau Park, Donauturmstraße, Vienna

Stone Sculpture, Donaupark, Vienna

View to Millenium Tower from Danube Park, Handelskai, Vienna

Business District, Austria Centre, Bruno Kreisky Platz, Vienna

Graffitied Lamp, Platz der Vereinten Nationen, Vienna

Mondial Apartments, Alserbachstraße, Josefstadt, Vienna

Our accommodation for Vienna stay.

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