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Winterpalais, Vienna

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  • The Winter Palace is not long public (and according to Wikipedia, it should go back to the Ministry of Finance). It is not only the rising worth seeing, but also the spaces. Even the exhibition "Vulgar?" for people who are interested in fancy clothes, is highly recommended.
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  • The Winterplais of Prince Eugene of Savoy, the most magnificent of the buildings inhabited by him is situated South-East of the Cathedral, not easy to find, in the heaven's Gate Street. He came to Vienna as a poor young man and rose to one of the richest men of his time thanks to his genius as a commander. His Winter Palace evidence even today, although the Interior almost nothing is seen. This compensates for the sight of the unique state rooms have been restored with exquisite taste of 2013. The splendor begins with the main portal and the grand staircase with side reliefs. Seemingly the language the salons beat to the gold Cabinet. The Palace is used for temporary exhibitions.
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  • This palace is centrally located and has a grand staircase and impressive rooms. There is very little furniture but the exhibits of Johann Pinsel were amazing. How they managed to save his mainly wood...  more »