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Kunsthalle, Museum Quarters Vienna. 'Na Da mus i ma heensetzen!' - as they say in Wiener dialect.
Vienna Spittelau Gas works. Friedrich Hundertwasser 1989. Huge complex and even the street lamps are part of the project.
Hundertwasser intensified! Vienna Spittelau Gas works.
Vienna Churches. Saint Josef in Vienna Margareten quarter. Builder Franz Duschinger 1769. Consecrated in 1783. Steeple added in 1903. Interior frescoes added in 1912 and old fresco by Anton Maulbertsch (1724 – 1796) discovered during reno in 2007. First chapel build in 1392.
'The new Vienna' - The 'Millennium tower' is the second highest building in Austria. Taken from quite a distance, the only clear view, other than from one of the bridges over the Danube River. Any guess, when it was unveiled?
'Schuetzenhaus' (Protection building) on the Danube Canal. Otto Wagner 1904-1908. The Schuetzenhaus was part of the lock and weir system (no longer there), of the Danube Canal.
Freyung Passage, Palais Ferstel, Vienna. 1860. The 'Ground Zero' of the Café society.
Facing Reality. Who is afraid to test the limit? After a week in Vienna, you may be.....
Kunstforum Exhibition in Vienna, Stanley Kubrick - Heute geschlossen. Portal by Gustav Peichl -around 1989.
Vienna Spittelau Gas works. Details. Friedrich Hundertwasser 1989. Gustav Klimt Inspired? Too late to ask Friedrich ;-(.
Vienna Spittelau Gas works. Friedrich Hundertwasser 1989. The Mercedes is a subtle product placement by yours truly. I am expecting a cheque - Mr. Daimler or Mr. Benz?!?
Vienna Churches. Greek Orthodox -Theo Hansen 1858. In the narrow streets "Am Fleichmarkt"
'The new Vienna' - Hotel Topazz, added to Vienna landscape in 2012. Eye catching with those windows eyes. Elegance and style seems more from the 1930's, than the new millennium.
Water - Wave - Life sculpture/fountain by Hans Muhr. - Made from Lapis lazuli monolit. The blue stone was found in Chile Andes. Original name was 'Blue Marker' (Blaues Zeichen)- installed here in 2000.
Am Kohlmarkt, Vienna. Armani, Gucci, Cartier and Charcoal, a strange mix, but not that far fetched. Gucci, Pucci, Cucci Cucci - Mucci of my 'fashion' comes from Wallmart...
Egon Schiele had left his mark in Vienna. And still does!
Wiener Secession building. Joseph Maria Olbrich 1897. One of the Art Nouveau gems of Vienna.
Vienna Spittelau Gas works. Friedrich Hundertwasser 1989. Inspired, in my opinion, by another Viennese: Gustav Klimt.
Vienna Spittelau Gas works. Friedrich Hundertwasser 1989.
Vienna Churches. No Sex please, we are Viennese! Votivkirche, Heinrich von Ferstel - 1879.
'The new Vienna' - EOD Tower part of Raifeisenlandesbank complex since 2013. No so Itsy Bitsy Spider climbed up the glass tower. Vienna Donau Kanal.
'Viennese citizen armoury' 1731-1885 Arch. Anton Ospel. Baroque-style facade by Lorenzo Matielli. Fiaker riding into my picture was a happy coincidence. Now 'Landesfeuerwehrverbandwien' - The most ornate fire station in the world with the longest name.
The 'Post Saving Bank' building. (Österreichische Postsparkasse) 1904 - 1906. Arch. Otto Wagner's masterpiece.
Another tradition in Vienna. Julius Meinl is gone (almost), but Amadeus still shows his face (or back) occasionally. Sister, can you spare a dime? (or Groschen)
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