Conchita Wurst as Gustav Klimt’s “Golden Adele”, staged by star photographer Ellen von Unwerth, will shortly be on display in large format on the streets of Vienna and cast in Gold on a medallion by Austrian Mint.

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We were really curious, if the new team of Café Willendorf has changed anything. To get a first impression, we’ve decided to reserve a table for three persons. But see yourself …

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Imperial Madness is a series of club events produced by Jacques Patriaque. It started out as the aftershow party of the first Boylesque Festival Vienna at Chaya Fuera in May 2014 and has since taken on a life of its own, due to its great success.

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KÖR - Art in puclic and the Anti-discrimination Office of Vienna invite to the opening event of the 4th temporary memorial for homosexual and transgender victims of Nazi ideology. The temporary installation is called “raising the bar”. (c) Simone Zaugg / Bildrecht GmbH, 2014

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Imperial Madness is a series of club events produced by Jacques Patriaque. It started out as the aftershow party of the first Boylesque Festival Vienna at Chaya Fuera in May 2014 and has since taken on a life of its own, due to its great success.

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KÖR - Art in puclic and the Anti-discrimination Office of Vienna invite to the opening event of the 4th temporary memorial for homosexual and transgender victims of Nazi ideology. The temporary installation is called “raising the bar”. (c) Simone Zaugg / Bildrecht GmbH, 2014

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We were really curious, if the new team of Café Willendorf has changed anything. To get a first impression, we’ve decided to reserve a table for three persons. But see yourself …

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Conchita Wurst as Gustav Klimt’s “Golden Adele”, staged by star photographer Ellen von Unwerth, will shortly be on display in large format on the streets of Vienna and cast in Gold on a medallion by Austrian Mint.

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Works by a diverse mix of artists including Tracey Emin, Jasper Johns, Rembrandt, Titian and Bellotto are being showcased in museums in Vienna in the first half of 2015. Also on the calendar are a show on Viennese Actionism, drawings from Paris’s Musée d’Orsay and a contemporary landscape photography exhibition.

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Our philosophy: M Lounge wants you to spend time where you feel at home, you feel welcome. It’s a place of pleasant and unstrained meetings.

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From military grounds to showpiece boulevard: Vienna’s Ringstrasse celebrates the 150th anniversary of its opening in 2015. The largest construction project in Vienna’s history marked the capital’s transformation from an imperial capital to a truly European metropolis.

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Rosenball has changed locations this year from Palais Ausperg to Kursalon Vienna and has surpassed all our expectations! Miss Candy was fabulous as ever and Sophie Ellix-Bextor rocked the audience. Despite the much bigger location Kursalon was quite crowded. Most of the guests were inspired by the Indian motto of Diwali and dressed in fabulous Bollywood costumes and the atmosphere was just great.

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Rainbow Ball 2015 at Parkhotel Schönbrunn is over and like always, everybody had a blast. The official Vienna joined the visitors and the host Lucy McEvil was sharp-tongued and brilliant as ever and the acts and the quadrille have delighted the audience.

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Today we want to introduce a new partner of GAY IN VIENNA to you - the excellent gay-friendly restaurant OSKARS in the Hotel am Konzerthaus. OSKARS surprises with the combination of Italian cuisne and Austrian products. And you don’t have to stay at the hotel to enjoy the great atmosphere and ambiance of bar and restaurant.

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The University of Vienna is gearing up to celebrate its 650th jubilee in 2015. The oldest surviving university in the German-speaking world, it is grouped around a striking main building located directly on Vienna’s showpiece Ringstrasse boulevard.

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The Kunsthistorisches Museum (KHM) will present its first solo exhibition of the works of Diego Velázquez in 2014.Loans from the National Gallery, London and the Museo del Prado, among other institutions, supplement the KHM collection.

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