This reestablished Carrère and Hastings chateau from 1914 is a dazzling grandstand for Austrian and German craftsmanship, highlighting works by Paul Klee and Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, and mind-blowing assortments of Gustav Klimt and Egon Schiele. In pride of spot on the second floor is Klimt’s brilliant 1907 Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I – gained for the historical center by beauty care products head honcho Ronald Lauder for an astounding $135 million. The entrancing story of the work of art’s history is told in the 2015 film Woman dressed in Gold.

This is a little yet wonderful spot, with winding flights of stairs and fashioned iron railings. It additionally has a stunning, road level diner, Café Sabarsky; ground floor, Café Fledermaus serves a similar menu and retains the flood. Maintain a strategic distance from ends of the week (and the free-affirmation first Friday of the month) in the event that you would prefer not to manage exhibition stopping up swarms. Note that youngsters matured under 12 are not admitted to the exhibition hall, however, Family Mornings are offered on select Sundays.

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