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„Zu Gast bei Sisi“

Our current package of cultural and culinary pleasures at a special price of € 17.80. “Imperial Pleasure” is a special offer including admission to the Silver...

In just under 18 months, the new entrance area in the Hofburg has been redesigned while normal business continued and is now being ceremonially opened. The focus here...

milk tooth © Schloß Schönbrunn Kultur- und Betriebsges.m.b.H.

December 24 is Empress Elisabeth’s birth. She was born on Christmas Eve 1837, which happened to fall on a Sunday that year, and she already had a tooth showing at birth....


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The World of the Habsburgs

Teaserbild The World of the Habsburgs

The World of the Habsburgs is a virtual exhibition showcasing the history of the Habsburgs and their times. More than a thousand images accompanied by multimedia presentation of texts, maps, a genealogical table and a navigable timeline, will open up completely new contexts and connections.

World of the Habsburgs

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Hofburg Vienna

In Sisi's footsteps, the Imperial home and household

For many centuries, the Vienna Hofburg was the centre of the Habsburg empire. Three museum attractions provide historically accurate insights into the tradition and daily life at court: the authentically-furnished Imperial Apartments, the tasteful Sisi Museum and the Silver Collection as a comprehensive collection of Imperial utilitarian objects.
The Imperial Apartments, Sisi Museum and the Silver Collection are amongst Vienna's top sights, attracting around 600,000 visitors each year.

Virtual journey to the time of the First World War

Online exhibition at www.habsburger.net/ersterweltkrieg presents new approaches to history

You'll find more than 1.000 pictures and original documents as well as about 70 research topics. Due to the website's innovate design, users are able to find their own way into history. Most of the website content is available in English, and it will be fully translated shortly.

www.habsburger.net/ersterweltkrieg

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