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arquerio:

Belvedere (Upper Belvedere 1722) by sftrajan on Flickr.

arquerio:

Belvedere (Upper Belvedere 1722) by sftrajan on Flickr.


posted 8 months ago | 114 notes | via missmorland | (© arquerio)
tags: #vienna

1913 Stephansdom, Vienna.

1913 Stephansdom, Vienna.


posted 10 months ago | 329 notes | via debourbon | (© historyartsculture)
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When tourists ask you for directions to Stephansdom/Schoenbrunn/other sight 

whenyoureallyliveinwien:

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ysvoice:

| ♕ |  in the Cafe SAVOY - Old World Europe  | by © eiku suyama

ysvoice:

| |  in the Cafe SAVOY - Old World Europe  | by © eiku suyama


posted 1 year ago | 44 notes | via ysvoice
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Vienna, Austria, 1902

 

Vienna, Austria, 1902


posted 1 year ago | 89 notes | via walzerjahrhundert
tags: #vienna #austria

posted 1 year ago | 7 notes |
tags: #vienna #austria #spanische hofreitschule

posted 1 year ago | 3 notes |
tags: #spanische hofreitschule #vienna #austria

Schloss Hofburg

Schloss Hofburg


posted 1 year ago | 55 notes | via vonbarnhelm | (© instagrameurope)
tags: #vienna #austria

Belvedere

Belvedere


posted 1 year ago | 338 notes | via ysvoice
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The Sissi Museum in Vienna
Dedicated to her sumptuous yet tragic life, the Sisi Museum in Vienna’s Hofburg Palace, the former imperial residence occupied by the Hapsburg dynasty until 1918, is a showcase attraction—the palace also houses the Museum of Natural History, the Austrian Theater Museum and the National Library. The Sisi holds a very personal collection, with items such as her jet mourning jewelry and hand-drawn stationery, along with reconstructions of the empress’s private quarters, such as her opulent railroad car.
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The Sissi Museum in Vienna

Dedicated to her sumptuous yet tragic life, the Sisi Museum in Vienna’s Hofburg Palace, the former imperial residence occupied by the Hapsburg dynasty until 1918, is a showcase attraction—the palace also houses the Museum of Natural History, the Austrian Theater Museum and the National Library. The Sisi holds a very personal collection, with items such as her jet mourning jewelry and hand-drawn stationery, along with reconstructions of the empress’s private quarters, such as her opulent railroad car.

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