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The Albertina Museum is located in the Archduke Albrecht (Albert) Palace - the son-in-law of Maria Theresa. She transferred the court from here, for which she bought a private palace on HerrenStrasse. Her daughter and her husband lived here, after they returned from Bratislava, where they served as envoys of the Hapsburg house in Hungary. There was founded the art collection, which moved into this building. In 1792, the Archduke assembled a large collection in the Austrian Netherlands, where he also served as crown envoy. Albrecht had no children and the couple was known as high connoisseurs of the arts. Albertina's permanent collection contains about a million paintings and drawings from the Renaissance to the present day, but the most interesting are temporary exhibitions. We got to the exhibition Monet. Translated with Google Translate


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From Stephansplatz to Albertina and surroundings. My trip in Vienna of Sep 25, 2018.

From Stephansplatz across the ancient Karntrashtrasse to the Albertina Gallery. In Albertina, there was an exhibition of Monet, when the works of this artist were brought from different museums of the world and exhibited together, representing the same places at different times of the year or at different times of the day. And the walk on the square of the old market ended, with the funny story of Mark Twain. Translated with Google Translate

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