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Nordbahnviertel: former train station, future green city
North railway station was the first and biggest station in the Habsburg Empire. Following relocation of the railway functions, the development of an innovative city quarter with 10.000 housing units started – since 1990 construction is ongoing. In 20...

Seestadt Aspern: Former airfield, future lakeside city
Since the start of the underground line in 2013, the new quarter develops vigorously. Among others, a wooden high-rise building has been completed recently. More than 11000 persons have moved here, schools, shops, restaurants opened. Research institu...

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A new university near the Prater: the Campus WU
Outstanding architecture and open spaces for a young, urban place – the Campus of the Vienna University of Economics and Business, completed in 2013, sets new standards in Europe in the construction of universities. In accordance with a master plan b...

Leopoldstadt - Jewish Vienna beyond the Danube Canal
Leopoldstadt, Vienna's second district, was once the hub of Jewish life in Vienna. It boasted some of the town's finest synagogues, there was a wide array of Jewish shops, clubs, theatres and coffeehouses. The imposing Grain Exchange was a ...

Neu Marx on the upswing
In the 1980ies, „Vienna Biocenter“ (biotechnology) marked the start of a new era for this quarter, which had many different functions for the city in the past – among others a quarantine hospital and Vienna’s biggest squatting initiative (Arena movem...

The New Beethoven Path in Vienna
In the course of his life Ludwig van Beethoven changed his domicile in and around Vienna more than 30 times. We visit on this city walk the only domicile Beethovens on the left bank of the Danube in Jedlesee, a part of today´s 21st district. F...

The River Wien - Vienna's Hidden River
Insignificant as it may seem, the River Wien (Wienfluss) has many a story to tell about the city whose name it bears. Following its course from the U-Bahn station Pilgramgasse through Naschmarkt and across Karlsplatz to the pretty Jugendstil pavilion...

Vienna’s „Naschmarkt“: Art, Culture and Savoir Vivre in one of Vienna’s most trendy neighbourhoods
What Covent Garden used to be for London and Les Halles for Paris, Naschmarkt still is for Vienna. It not only offers a wide range of traditional local and international produce but also reflects the multi-ethnic pattern of Vienna. Often threatened b...