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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 Austria at the arrival of the Nazis. The room in which Freud received patients is on the mezzanine floor. In the small, dark lobby hangs Freud’s frayed hat; in a corner stands his travel trunk. A cabinet contains some archaeological objects collected by Freud. The world-famous couch, however, now stands in the Freud museum in London. A Foundation for the Arts was initiated in 1989 in order to confront a scientific institution with contemporary art.

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