Jewry in Vienna – A legacy and a mission
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The history of Vienna's Jews is inextricably linked with that of the city. Museums and memorial sites provide reminders of this.
There are few European cities whose history is as closely connected with Jewish history as Vienna.
Having been extensively renovated, the Jewish Museum on Dorotheergasse has a redesigned display …
Judenplatz is considered a singular place of remembrance; it combines three things: …
The Jewish City Temple was built in the years 1825-26 by Josef Kornhäusel, the most eminent …
The Sigmund Freud Museum dedicates an exhibition to the travels of …
Centuries-old gravestones were uncovered in the …
For almost half a century, from 1891 to 1938, the founding father of psychoanalysis lived …
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