Das neue Jahr bringt auch wieder viele spannende neue Ausstellungen nach Wien. Auch für Schwule und Lesben ist - vor allem mit der Ausstellung zum Werk von Andreas H. Bitesnich - bekannt für seine sinnlichen Akte. Wer auf Bling Bling steht ist mit den Fabergé-Eiern im Kunsthistorischen Museum bestens bedient.

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You wonder if you are enough into the history of army to visit this museum? Yes, you are! The oldest museumsbuilding of Vienna is dedicated to the history of the Habsburg Monarchy and the fate of Austria from the collapse of the Monarchy until 1945.

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Download our new print gay in vienna city map or get your copy in the Austrian LGBT community or LGBT-friendly hotels!

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You wonder if you are enough into the history of army to visit this museum? Yes, you are! The oldest museumsbuilding of Vienna is dedicated to the history of the Habsburg Monarchy and the fate of Austria from the collapse of the Monarchy until 1945.

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Das neue Jahr bringt auch wieder viele spannende neue Ausstellungen nach Wien. Auch für Schwule und Lesben ist - vor allem mit der Ausstellung zum Werk von Andreas H. Bitesnich - bekannt für seine sinnlichen Akte. Wer auf Bling Bling steht ist mit den Fabergé-Eiern im Kunsthistorischen Museum bestens bedient.

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Löwenherz has a huge selection of gay and lesbian books - from sciences to fiction and art books. Their assortment ov DVDs is also comprehensive.

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It’s impossible to imagine Vienna’s annual event line-up without the immensely popular returning highlights of the gay and lesbian community calendar. This preview of 2014 looks at some of the red letter days. The most traditional ball of them is the Rainbow Ball, code dress: black tie (pink tie goes trough as well).

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Besides a few componists Sigmund Freud is one of the best known Austrians. He was born into a jewish tradesman family in Moravia, grew up in Vienna, studied medicine and settled down as a practicioner first.

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Magnificent Belvedere is divided into two palaces, the Upper and the Lower Belvedere, the Orangery and the Palace Stables. They were built as a summer residence in the 18th century by Prince Eugene of Savoy (1663-1736), who chose Johann Lucas von Hildebrandt (1668-1745) as his architect.

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