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Vienna Belvedere And Music - Pinned by Mak Khalaf The Belvedere Palace in Vienna is built by Johann Lucas von Hildebrandt for Prince Eugene of Savoy. Prince Eugene was one of the most important generals of the Habsburg Empire. He earned his money in my opinion with wars. Travel AustriaBelvederePrinz EugenVienna by robschueller

Vienna Belvedere And Music - Pinned by Mak Khalaf The Belvedere Palace in Vienna is built by Johann Lucas von Hildebrandt for Prince Eugene of Savoy. Prince Eugene was one of the most important generals of the Habsburg Empire. He earned his money in my opinion with wars. Travel AustriaBelvederePrinz EugenVienna by robschueller

Danubia: A Personal History of Habsburg Europe.  Simon Winder.  A charmingly personal history of Hapsburg Europe, as lively as it is informative. For centuries much of Europe & the Holy Roman Empire was in the royal hands of the very peculiar Habsburg family. An unstable mixture of wizards, obsessives, melancholics, bores, musicians & warriors, they saw off—through luck, guile & sheer mulishness—any number of rivals, until finally packing up in 1918.

Danubia: A Personal History of Habsburg Europe. Simon Winder. A charmingly personal history of Hapsburg Europe, as lively as it is informative. For centuries much of Europe & the Holy Roman Empire was in the royal hands of the very peculiar Habsburg family. An unstable mixture of wizards, obsessives, melancholics, bores, musicians & warriors, they saw off—through luck, guile & sheer mulishness—any number of rivals, until finally packing up in 1918.

Schönbrunn Palace,   the palace was one of the residences of the Habsburg empire in Vienna (Wien),  Austria

Schönbrunn Palace, the palace was one of the residences of the Habsburg empire in Vienna (Wien), Austria

The Rise and Fall of Austria or the Habsburg Empire / Österreich - YouTube

The Rise and Fall of Austria or the Habsburg Empire / Österreich - YouTube

Vienna - imperial-palace-hofburg -  For centuries the Vienna Hofburg was the centre of the Habsburg empire. Today the palace houses three museums which afford historically authentic insights into the traditions and everyday life of the imperial court.

Vienna - imperial-palace-hofburg - For centuries the Vienna Hofburg was the centre of the Habsburg empire. Today the palace houses three museums which afford historically authentic insights into the traditions and everyday life of the imperial court.

Valtice Castle. Czech Republic, contains one of the most impressive Baroque residences of Central Europe.  The palace is surrounded by an English park with the Temple of Diana (1812) and other neoclassical structures. The princely family lost all its privileges with the collapse of their protectors the Habsburg Empire and  the then newly established state of Czechoslovakia in 1918, the predecessor of the Czech Republic; confiscated the castle after World War II.

Valtice Castle. Czech Republic, contains one of the most impressive Baroque residences of Central Europe. The palace is surrounded by an English park with the Temple of Diana (1812) and other neoclassical structures. The princely family lost all its privileges with the collapse of their protectors the Habsburg Empire and the then newly established state of Czechoslovakia in 1918, the predecessor of the Czech Republic; confiscated the castle after World War II.

HOFBURG PALACE  Once the center of the powerful Habsburg Empire, the Hofburg Palace is now home to various museums, a chapel, the Imperial Library, the treasury, Burgtheater as well as the President of Austria.

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HOFBURG PALACE Once the center of the powerful Habsburg Empire, the Hofburg Palace is now home to various museums, a chapel, the Imperial Library, the treasury, Burgtheater as well as the President of Austria.

Hall, Austria (3 miles from Innsbruck) -- In the 15th and 16th century, Hall was one of the most important towns in the Habsburg Empire. This period also saw the construction of many of the churches, monasteries and convents, that up to now shape the appearance of the town. Today Hall has the biggest intact old town in the western part of Austria.

Hall, Austria (3 miles from Innsbruck) -- In the 15th and 16th century, Hall was one of the most important towns in the Habsburg Empire. This period also saw the construction of many of the churches, monasteries and convents, that up to now shape the appearance of the town. Today Hall has the biggest intact old town in the western part of Austria.

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