The writer-in-residence of Vienna

 

 

 

 

Vienna, Vienna, just you alone – Vienna, the sensational, mythical, breathtaking capital of Austria.

Learn exciting stories about this city – told and written by Katharina Mölk.

 

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The writer-in-residence of Vienna

Katharina Mölk

After the Innsbruck-born artist completed her master’s degree in “Ancient History and Classical Studies” at the University of Vienna, she turned her attention to cultural education. The joy of storytelling led her to also complete the tour guide training.

But the mere frontal lecture was not to be the only way of conveying history and culture: in 2018 she developed an exciting puzzle tour across Vienna and as part of our cultural platform she will now also present her favourite stories in written form.

The writer-in-residence of Vienna

Katharina Mölk

After the Innsbruck-born artist completed her master’s degree in “Ancient History and Classical Studies” at the University of Vienna, she turned her attention to cultural education. The joy of storytelling led her to also complete the tour guide training.

But the mere frontal lecture was not to be the only way of conveying history and culture: in 2018 she developed an exciting puzzle tour across Vienna and as part of our cultural platform she will now also present her favourite stories in written form.

Now also as video

(soon available in English)

The history of Austria, from its beginnings to the present day – Katharina Mölk is currently working on a multi-part video series in which she will present the history of Austria to you.

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Now also as video

(soon available in English)

The history of Austria, from its beginnings to the present day – Katharina Mölk is currently working on a multi-part video series in which she will present the history of Austria to you.

 

 

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Vienna

 

Vienna is the smallest and at the same time the most populous federal state in Austria.

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Vienna

 

Schönbrunn Zoo is the oldest zoo in the world still in use today.

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Vienna

 

More than 5 million tourists visit St. Stephen’s Cathedral every year.

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Vienna

 

Vienna has 1,870 cafés, around 140 of which are still traditional coffee houses.

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Vienna

 

According to a study, Vienna is the greenest capital in Europe.

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Vienna

 

The first documented market took place as early as 1626 in front of St. Stephen’s Cathedral in Vienna.

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Vienna

 

Vienna is the smallest and at the same time the most populous federal state in Austria.

…..

Schönbrunn Zoo is the oldest zoo in the world still in use today.

…..

More than 5 million tourists visit St. Stephen’s Cathedral every year.

…..

Vienna has 1,870 cafés, around 140 of which are still traditional coffee houses.

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According to a study, Vienna is the greenest capital in Europe.

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The first documented market took place as early as 1626 in front of St. Stephen’s Cathedral in Vienna.

Definitely worth seeing!

Sights of the city of Vienna

The Spanish Riding School

It is the oldest riding school in the world, where the Renaissance tradition of the “High School” has been maintained unchanged for more than 450 years.

Schönbrunn Palace

The former summer residence of Empress Maria Theresa is always worth a visit.

Vienna State Opera

The ” First House on the Ring” is one of the most famous opera houses in the world.

 

Albertina

The Museum of Fine Arts in Vienna’s 1st district houses, among other things, one of the most important graphic collections in the world.

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