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    Schoenbrunn Palace, Vienna, summer residence of the Habsburg Emperors. Vieux-laque room with Chinese lacquer wainscoting and portraits of Emperor Franz I, his father Leopold II and his uncle Josef II, all by Pompeo Batoni.

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    Garden room (around 1770) with gilded stove in form of a tree, ornamental gate and a parrott.Empress Maria Theresia (reigned 1740-1780) used these rooms when the weather did not permit walks in Schoenbrunn gardens.

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    Schoenbrunn Palace, Vienna, summer residence of the Habsburg Emperors. "Million-room", so called because of the expensive Indo-Persian miniature- paintings set into the ornate wainscot. Around 1760

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    Schoenbrunn Palace, Vienna, summer residence of the Habsburg Emperors. Mirror and fireplace in the "Million-room", so called because of the expensive Indo-Persian miniature paintings set into the ornate wainscot. Around 1760

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    Schoenbrunn Palace in Vienna, summer residence of the Habsburg Emperors. "Chinese cabinet", oval with cupola and wainscot of Chinese "Vieux-laque" varnish.

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    The court theatre of Schoenbrunn Palace with the stage set for Mozart's opera "Der Theaterdirektor"

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    Fruit and flowering trees, garden and townscape in the background, stove with ornamental vase in the Garden Room (around 1770) of Schoenbrunn Palace. Empress Maria Theresia (reigned 1740-1780) used these rooms when the weather did not permit walks outside.

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    The room in Schoenbrunn palace which Napoleon used during the occupation of Vienna in 1805 and 1809. On the table the "Treaty of Schoenbrunn". Napoleon's son, the Duke of Reichstadt died here on 22 July 1832,aged 21.

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    Garden scene with peacock and tent in the Garden Room of Schoenbrunn Palace (around 1770). Empress Maria Theresia used these rooms when the weather didnot permit walks in Schoenbrunn gardens.

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    Napoleon Room in Schoenbrunn Palace, Vienna, which was built as a summer residence for the Habsburg Emperors 1700-1749 by Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach and Nicholas Pacassi. The room, hung with 18th century Brussels tapestries, was used by Napoleon I in 1809.

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    Great Gallery with ceiling fresco depicting allegories of War, the Arts, Science and the produce of the Austrian provinces (1714-1733), by Gregorio Guglielmi.

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    Black "Vieux Laque" room furnished by Empress Maria Theresia (around 1750).

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    Schoenbrunn Palace in Vienna, the Imperial summer residence. As a small boy, Mozart was received there by Empress Maria Theresia, when he visited the capital during the wedding celebrations for Maria Theresia's son Joseph II. Coloured engraving, In. 19129

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    A gala dinner in Schoenbrunn Palace, given by the Emperor to the members of his special "Arcieren- Leibgarde" guard regiment. December 29, 1913 Watercolour by L. Koch

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    "Million Room", Empress Maria Theresia furnished this Rococo room in 1760. The walls are covered with 260 Indo-Persian miniatures in gilded rock-work frames.

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    Gilded fayence stove, from the so-called Bergl-rooms in Schoenbrunn palace, Vienna, the summer residence of the Habsburg Emperors. Bergl decorated several groundfloor rooms with garden frescos, shaping the stove into a rocky landscape with animals and plants.

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    Schoenbrunn Palace seen from the entrance courtyard. Dated August 16, 1759, the painting shows a courier (running, in white) who brought news of the victorious battle of Kunersdorf, when the Austrians beat King Friedrich II of Prussia during the Seven Years War (1756-1763). The Seven years War was the first global conflict with two main fronts: in Europe between Austria and Prussia over Saxony, overseas the colonial rivalries between Britain, France and Spain in America and India. The Austro-Prussian war ended with the treaty of Hubertusburg (February 15th 1763)when Silesia became part of Prussia. Canvas, 135 x 135 cm Inv.1666

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    Great Gallery with ceiling fresco depicting allegories of War, the Arts, Science and the produce of the Austrian provinces (1714-1733), by Gregorio Guglielmi.

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    Garden scene, fruit tree and a lady gardener's hat, gloves and rake in the Garden Room (around 1770). Empress Maria Theresia (reigned 1740-1780), used these rooms when the weather did not permit walks in Schoenbrunn gardens.

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    Emperor Franz Joseph watches the first "Dirigible", later called "Zeppelin", slowly moving across the courtyard of Schoenbrunn Palace in Vienna. The airship dropped black-and-yellow flags (the Imperial colours) while crossing. Watercolour, 1908

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    Great Gallery with ceiling fresco depicting allegories of War, the Arts, Science and the produce of the Austrian provinces (1714-1733), by Gregorio Guglielmi. Young Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart played here before the Empress Maria Theresia.

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    Schoenbrunn Palace, Vienna, summer residence of the Habsburg Emperors. Detail of the wall of the "Million-room", so called because of the expensive Indo-Persian miniature paintings set into the wainscot. Around 1760

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    "Prinzen-Galawagen",a ceremonial coach for members of the Habsburg family; the type is a "Berline", the classical form of coach for use in European cities. 1735/40.Background:Schoenbrunn Palace,Vienna.

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    The Chinese Room at Schoenbrunn Palace (around 1750).

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