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Liechtenstein Palace

The Liechtenstein Princely Family chose to make Vienna their home for generations until the Anschluss (annexing of Austria into Nazi Germany) of 1938 forced them back to their tiny mountain principality wedged between Switzerland and Austria. They left behind not one but two palaces full of treasures, which were eventually moved to Liechtenstein and stored.

After decades of gathering dust in the vaults of Vaduz, Prince Hans-Adam II of Liechtenstein’s private collection of artwork, showcasing masterpieces from the 16th to the 19th centuries, was transferred back to Vienna and installed into the fabulously ornate Garden Palace, which had been the Princely Family’s summer home.

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