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April 10 – October 02, 2016; Jewish Museum Hohenems A glimpse into the collections—on the 25th anniversary of the Jewish Museum For the past 25 years, the Jewish Museum Hohenems has been gathering witnesses of Jewish history in Vorarlberg, Tyrol, and the greater Lake Constance area—hereby compiling a quintessential history of the diaspora. Thousands of [...]

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Sorry, this entry is only available in Deutsch.

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Entertainment in the Prater and the City: Roads to Leisure, 16.03.-18.09.2016, Jewish Museum Vienna When Leopoldstadt developed from the 1850s into a district of Jewish immigrants from the lands of the Monarchy, the area between the Danube Canal, Augarten, and Praterstern became a center of multicultural Viennese Modernism. Joseph Roth wrote in 1927: “The two [...]

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28.01. – 16.05.2016, Wien Museum, Karlsplatz 8, 1040 Wien

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16. October 2015 – 12. June 2016, Special Exhibition at the Sigmund Freud Museum

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2.10.2015 – 31.05.2016, Österreichisches Museum für Volkskunde, Laudongasse 15–19, 1080 Wien

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20.09.2015 – 08.05.2016, Jüdisches Museum Wien Judenplatz, 1010 Wien Simon Wiesenthal (1908–2005) played a leading role in facing up to the Nazi past and wrote an important chapter in aspects of Austria’s post-war history that some would have preferred to forget. For Wiesenthal, a Holocaust survivor born in Galicia, Vienna became the hub of an [...]