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Lonely Planet review
Designed by Paul Engelmann – a student of Adolf Loos – and the philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein, this building has strict lines and a stepped design reminiscent of the Bauhaus style. It’s now occupied by the Bulgarian embassy and can be viewed at set times or by prior appointment. Taking photographs is forbidden, though.