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  • Anything Hundertwasser

    Anything Hundertwasser
    Kunsthauswien. Spittelau fernwarks. Hundertwasserhaus. A genial vision of a man in harmony with nature. Architectural examples of a better world that could/should be. Tree tenants for everyone.
  • Museumsquartier, Vienna

    Museumsquartier, Vienna
    If you are interested in several kinds of art, like contemporary art, expressionism, dance, architecture, and so on, don’t miss to visit the Museumsquartier! There your artistic heart will beat faster and cut little capers.
  • Alberner Hafen, Wien

    Alberner Hafen, Wien
    I recently had the perfect day in an exciting place in Vienna. The "Alberner Hafen", situated in the outskirts of Vienna, was the ideal location for my first experiences with the Diana F+. Interested in what sites I saw with my little plastic friend? Read on!
  • Trnava

    The city lies at the crossroads of two roads of international importance; from the Czech Republic to southern Slovakia and from Bratislava to northern Slovakia. The D1 motorway connects the city to Bratislava, Trenčín and Žilina and the R1 motor road connects it to Nitra. A part of a planned bypass is currently under construction.
  • Schonbrunn Palace

    Schonbrunn Palace
    When you are in Vienna, make sure you pay a visit to the Schonbrunn Palace. You will be fascinated by its architecture, as well as its beautiful gardens.
  • Augarten in Vienna: A Public Park With History

    Augarten in Vienna: A Public Park With History
    When you're in Austria, don't forget to visit one of Vienna's most beautiful public parks containing a variety of facilities from a porcelain factory to defense towers. Its history as a military fort, juxtaposed with its present day serenity, make it one of the destinations of choice in Vienna.
  • Wallern im Burgenland

    Wallern im Burgenland
    My five brothers and I have grown up in Wallern im Burgenland. My youngest brother and my parents live still there and I spend often my holidays there. Wallern im Burgenland lie in protected area near the lake Neusiedler See. The market municipality of Wallern im Burgenland lies in the Hansag, between Tadtenand Pamhagen.
  • Burg Perchtoldsdorf

    Burg Perchtoldsdorf
    Its often hard to see the beauty in things you already know for all your life. For me one of those spots would be Perchtoldsdorf. A rather small market- town in lower Austria - just some minutes by bus from "the big city" - Vienna. Definitely worth a visit if you like wine as you can find many traditional wine- taverns all over the village. Perchtoldsdorf is a little dozen off - mainly wealthy housing area - and than there´s that tiny medieval center...
  • Vienna Central Cemetery

    Vienna Central Cemetery
    Go any day, any time. But take your time: This graveyard is the second biggest in Europe - so big that a bus goes through the whole area. There are many graves from famous people like Mozart, Beethoven and of course our beloved Falco...
  • Neues Institutsgebäude NIG

    Neues Institutsgebäude NIG
    If you`re into late 70's asbest-architecture, this is the place for you. Some clear instructions: enter this University building preferably in the evening when there are no more lazy students around. Have a 50 cent coffee at one of the automats. Say hi to one of the people lying around there. Go to the entrance hall again and get ready for an unforgettable adventure! Step into the grand PATERNOSTER elevator (this thing is made out of wood and goes up and down with crazy mechanics) and occupy yourself by reading the students paroles for vegan food. Get transported to 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th floor and do not descend. When you`re reaching the 5th floor, a sign (see image) will tell you to get the hell off the elevator. The sign somehow signifies that horrible things may happen. But you`ll stay and become a hero. Hold your plastic cup tight. Catch your last breath. Load your camera and take some pictures of your awestruck face. Nuff said, you`ll see for yourself, my friend!
  • Stadionbad (Vienna)

    Stadionbad (Vienna)
    One of my favorite summer locations in Vienna, the Stadionbad is located in the heart of Vienna's Prater. Be sure to drop by this amazing swimming area under the blue sky, including 4 or 5 pools, lots of trees and green, a real wave-simulator and most importantly amazing Lomographic objects: right here the center of young proletarian-Austrian bathing culture is at home.
  • To The Belvedere Gardens With The Fisheye Baby 110

    To The Belvedere Gardens With The Fisheye Baby 110
    Vienna’s Belvedere consists of two magnificent palaces: the Upper and Lower Belvedere. They were built in the 18th century as the summer residence of Prince Eugene of Savoy. The palaces and their extensive gardens are considered to be one of the world’s finest Baroque landmarks – and guess what, that’s where we’re heading with the Fisheye Baby 110!
  • Theresienstadt

    On November 24, 1941, the Germans established a Jewish ghetto in the fortress town of Terezin (near Prague), Czech Republic. Known by its German name, Theresienstadt, until its liberation on May 8, 1945, it functioned as a ghetto and transit camp on the route to Auschwitz. Most of those imprisoned in Theresienstadt were German, Czech, Dutch, and Danish Jews; elderly and prominent Jews and Jewish veterans of World War I were also sent there.
  • Kabinenparty at Wiener Kongressbad, Vienna

    Kabinenparty at Wiener Kongressbad, Vienna
    Everybody in Germany/Austria probably knows the song "Kabinenparty" (Changing Room Party) by Skero and Joyze Muniz but what not so many people know is the fact that the video clip was shot at the public swimming pool Kongressbad, in Vienna. We went there to see how much of a Kabinenparty is really going on there.
  • Vienna at Christmas Time

    Vienna at Christmas Time
    When I was first discovering Vienna 9 years ago it was around Christmas Time. I was very happy to stay there, of course, but coming from Nice, on the Cote d'Azur, where the winter temperature is nevre going under 10°, I was a little bit surprised of the cold and wet weather in Austria during this season.
  • Alberner Hafen

    Alberner Hafen
    Alberner Hafen is located at the river Danube, at the south-east border of Vienna. This small port of trans-shipment was built around 1940 to ship crop from Eastern Europe. Somehow the plans didn't work out and the port remained non significant....
  • St. Stephen's Cathedral (Vienna)

    St. Stephen's Cathedral (Vienna)
    Ever felt so strange and like being totally childish mistaken with something? Now I have this feeling when I am trying to submit a place, that could be natural and boring for all the Austrian Lomographers, including the mighty LSI. That is the St. Stephan's Cathedral right in the center of the Vienna oldtown...
  • Chocolate cake at Vienna

    Chocolate cake at Vienna
    If you need some rest from all the impressions you got by walking through the city of Vienna and have a little bit of a hypoglycemia sugar is the best thing to fight it! Take some time out at the Kunsthalle-Café am Karlsplatz. If there is summer in the city take place in a very comfortable canvas chair and feel like on a green city beach. A friendly waitress will come soon and ask for your desires.
  • A Visit to Melk Abbey and Its Magnificent Library

    A Visit to Melk Abbey and Its Magnificent Library
    Overlooking the Danube River, on the top of a cliff, sits the overwhelming Melk Abbey. An impressive Baroque-style monastery located in the Austrian vineyard region of the Wachau.
  • Anywhere in Vienna,tall_building

    Anywhere in Vienna,tall_building
    Wherever you go and want to have a real view of the city you're visiting, you gotta check out the roof of a building. In Vienna, I recommend you to get into preferably old houses, mount up to the highest floor and check out if there is a little door or ladder that goes up to the rooftop.....

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