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Liechtenstein (Lichtenstein) Garden Palace

The Garden Palace was built at the end of the 17th century for the princely family of Liechtenstein. It became Vienna's first museum in 1807 showing, as it does today, the family's private art collection. The house, conceived as villa rustica, was designed by Johann Bernhard Fischer of Erlachand the garden by Domenico Egidio Rossi in 1690. The Liechtenstein palace and garden and Vienna was re-opened to the public in March 2004.
Photograph © Bernhard Eckert
Photograph © orayzio
Photograph © Bernhard Eckert
Photograph © Bernhard Eckert
Photograph © Bernhard Eckert
Photograph © Bernhard Eckert

Liechtenstein Gartenpalais, 9., Fürstengasse 1, Rossau, Austria, Vienna

Friday to Tuesday. Open 10am to 5pm.

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