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111 Places in Vienna

That You Shouldn't Miss

Peter Eickhoff

Contains numerous colour photographs

by Karl Haimel

240 pages

13,5 x 20,5 cm

5,25 in. x 8 in.
ISBN : 978-3-9545-1206-5

£ 11.99
$ 19.90

111 Places in Vienna

That You Shouldn't Miss


Wiener Schnitzel, apple strudel, the Prater, Schönbrunn, and the Beautiful Blue Danube? The Viennese are proud of the fact that in Austria's capital, even the sights are really worth seeing. Beyond the well-trodden paths, however, a completely unknown, kinky, even morbid Vienna can be found with less icing and dreams of waltzes and more living and dying (after all, the saying goes that Vienna is the most beautiful place in the world to die in). The city lives up to its reputation from unaccustomed perspectives as well: a slaughterhouse in which hippie idol Leonard Cohen was once a squatter; a museum with murderers; an 18th-century looney bin shaped like a UFO; and a store for erotic underwear in an Archbishop's palace. 

Peter Eickhoff

Peter Eickhoff is an author and photographer. He has written guide books to the Lower Rhine and Düsseldorf, and regularly produces portraits of European cities for culinary guides. 


Karl Haimel

 Karl Haimel was born in Leopoldstadt in Vienna. After living for periods in Germany, Canada, Peru and Venezuela, he is now back in Vienna. His photography has been shown at exhibitions in Bogotá, Havana, Cracow, Lima, Helsinki, Moscow and Prague.

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