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Osterreichisches Museum fur Angewandte Kunst
Country: Austria

The Austrian Museum of Applied Arts (MAK), founded in 1864, the first of its kind in Europe, exercised a strong influence on the development of the applied arts for some time. It houses the archives and collections of the Wiener Werkstatte — work ...

Am Hof
Country: Austria

The name of the square (meaning “by the Court”) refers to the medieval princes’ residence nearby. It later housed the mint, and then the royal military chancery. Today it is a bank. The main architectural gem of present-day Am Hof is the ...

Freud-Museum
Country: Austria

Berggasse 9, a typical 20th-century Viennese town house, was the home of Sigmund Freud, the famous doctor and father of psychoanalysis, from 1891—1938. Here he created his most acclaimed works and treated patients before he was forced to flee Aus ...

Bogstad Herregard
Country: Norway

Bogstad Herregard is located on a promontory which is on the east side of the Bogstad Lake, located in Sokerdalen. It is a farming estate that dates back to the Middle Ages. Bogstad Herregard was first owned by the Cistercian Monastery. The monaste ...

Lyngor
Country: Norway

Lyngor won the award for being the best preserved village in all of Europe in the year 1991. It is one of the most idyllic islands of Archipelago Park (Skjaergardsparken). This park covers almost the entire coast of Aust-Agder County in Norway.&nbs ...

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