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A Travel Blog entry by tylerherrington from Vienna, Vienna, Austria
... Technical University's neo-classical facade, I had exhausted all that had to be seen in Karlsplatz square, so I wandered over to see the Schwarzenberg Palace, only to find it has now been taken over by a luxury hotel, and the Swiss embasy, and so is not ...
A Travel Blog entry by christinakrawec from Vienna, Vienna, Austria
... we trekked over to the Belvedere and went to their cafe for lunch before appreciating Klimt's finest. Then we went over to Cafe Schwarzenberg for the most amazing soup, and to the House of Industry for a lovely Mozart/Strauss concert. Day 5: Tuesday, Jan. ...
A Travel Blog entry by aaronm58 from Prague, Czech Republic
... St. George's Basilica 5.The National Gallery 6.Golden Lane (By far the coolest street in Europe) 7.Lobkowitz Palace 8.Schwarzenberg Palace - Museum of Military History 9.Martinitz Palace 10.Wallenstein Palace 11.Royal Garden I'm sure that I have ...
A Travel Blog entry by dewdsontour from Prague, Bohemia, Czech Republic
... tour at the Strahov Monastery (apparently the monks make the best beer in the world), we walked down passed The Loreto, Schwarzenberg Palace with sgraffito stonework, then in through the palace gate, a quick look around the gardens, a snap of the palace ...
A Travel Blog entry by marguerite_b from Prague, Bohemia, Czech Republic
... with St Wenceslaus Chapel and many beautiful stain glass windows, watched the changing of the guard, the Schwarzenberg palace, Leopold's fountain in the palace square, St George's basilica with exquisite mosaic work, then on foot through narrow ...
A Travel Blog entry by super_travelera from Vienna, Vienna, Austria
... Austria.The artistic complex consists of two palaces Belvedere (high and low), converted into a museum, and another called Schwarzenberg, transformed into a hotel. The two main palaces are joined by gardens that are divided into three levels representing ...
A Travel Blog entry by kaddison from Berlin, Germany
... people whose faces you can’t see. In this particular alley way, we saw a boy covering his face. Later, at Haus Schwarzenberg we saw his famous image of a boy sitting on a bomb. Another big one is Prost, who is a graffiti artist with a ...
A Travel Blog entry by anniebenham from Prague, Bohemia, Czech Republic
... exhumed from the mass graves but it wasn't until 1870 that the bone heaps were put into their current order. The Schwarzenberg family employed a woodcarver by the name of Frantisek Rint to complete the gargantuan task. Some of the pieces ...
A Travel Blog entry by nikijaine from Vienna, Vienna, Austria
... the bones but in 1870 a woodcarver named František Rint was commissioned by the landowners of the time, the Schwarzenberg family, to decorate the chapel with the bones and create a reminder of the impermanence of human life and inescapable ...
A Travel Blog entry by vinkor from Leipzig, Saxony, Germany
... paintings, decorations, weapons together with a green park and some prisons in the underground belonged to the noble families of Schwarzenberg and Rozmberk. The castle is very high and dominates the little town down below that looks like and island as ...
A Travel Blog entry by kiri-ana from Vienna, Vienna, Austria
... and found hostel – Wombats City Hostel at the Naschmarkt (very nice hostel!). We went to have some food at Café Schwarzenberg – I ate a schnitzel and delicious cake. We walked around in the old town. Vicki wasn't feeling too well, so ...
A Travel Blog entry by kstubbs97 from Prague, Czech Republic
... two life sized angels with huge outspread wings and a giant chandelier hang from the ceiling, a copy of his patron’s - the Schwarzenberg family - coat of arms is mounted on one wall. He even “signed” his work in bones near the entry ...
A Travel Blog entry by caitlinnelson from Kutna Hora, Bohemia, Czech Republic
... and sculptures were created by a woodcarver named František Rint in 1870. He was commissioned by the landowners, the Schwarzenberg family, as a reminder of the impermanence of human life and inescapable death. On the internet I found a quote from ...
A Travel Blog entry by richlum from Vienna, Vienna, Austria
... since I didn't have to read the sub titles all the time to understand what was going on! :) Went to Stadthranerei Schwarzenberg afterwards where they brew their own beer onsite for another Schnitzel and their Dunkle which was really good. Saturday I ...
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