Housed in one of the most sumptuous buildings of the Ringstrasse in Vienna, the Museum of Natural History has one of the largest collections of natural objects in the world.
Founded 250 years ago by the Emperor Francis the first of the Holy Roman Empire, it now has more than 25 million objects and is the basis for research in natural science made within the museum. In a timeless elegance, historic architecture provides an ideal setting to the permanent collection is rich in tradition. It is presented on an area of over 8000 sqm in the exhibition halls of history.
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Thursday, December 15, 2011
Habsburg magnificence in Vienna