Monument Against War & Fascism
Once used as the Habsburg’s imperial apartments for guests, the Albertina is now a repository for the greatest collection of graphic art...
This shrine to Viennese high culture covers the last 50 years of the Staatsoper. It relies mostly on photographs to take you through...
Situated inside the Albertina, the Austrian Film Museum shows a range of films with and without subtitles in the original language,...
Bitzinger Würstelstand am Albertinaplatz
Vienna has many sausage stands but this one located behind the Staatsoper is hands down one of the best Bitzinger offers the contrasting...
This attractive square wedged between the Staatsoper and the Albertina stands out for its Monument Against War & Fascism , by Alfred Hrdlicka (1988). The series of pale block-like sculptures has a dark, squat shape wrapped in barbed wire, representing a Jew scrubbing the floor; poignantly, the greyish block originally came from the Mauthausen concentration camp.