Photo Homage to the Capital of Austria by Eric Berger Photographer
- Vienna was for centuries Imperial capital and residence of the Habsburgs, and thus as the capital of the Holy Roman Empire, the Empire of Austria and as one of the two capitals of Austro-Hungarian Empire a cultural and political centre of Europe. As the fifth largest city in the world after London, New York, Paris and Chicago, Vienna was around the year 1910 over two million inhabitants. After the end of the first world war, Vienna lost about a quarter of its inhabitants.
Heldenplatz und Nationalbibliothek und Weltmuseum
Kunsthistorisches und Naturhistorisches Museum
Copyright by Eric Berger www.ericberger.at