7 Sept 2005 - 29 Jan 2006. On the 50th anniversary of the signing of the Austrian State Treaty, this exhibition features paintings and sculptures, photos and posters, drawings and caricatures, focusing on personalities from all walks of life: politics, trade and industry, literature, art and science, film, theatre, society, sport and the media, as well as major political and cultural events from the 1950s to 1980s. The aim is to rouse memories of the public figures and key moments that shaped the second republic, while tracing the evolution of Austrias new identity and self-awareness in the post-war years.

Admission: Standard 8, Senior citizens 7, Students (up to age 27) and other Concessions 5, Free: children up to age 10.

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Address Tues-Sun: 10.00-18.00, Thurs: 10.00-21.00, Closed Mon sterreichische Galerie Belvedere, Prinz Eugene-Strae 27, 1030 Wien By Tram: D to Schlo Belvedere. By Bus: 13A, 69A to Sdbahnhof. By U-Bahn (Metro): U1 to Sdtirolerplatz. public@belvedere.at.

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Physiognomy of the Second Republic: From Julius Raab to Bruno Kreisky

Tues-Sun: 10.00-18.00, Thurs: 10.00-21.00, Closed Mon sterreichische Galerie Belvedere, Prinz Eugene-Strae 27, 1030 Wien By Tram: D to Schlo Belvedere. By Bus: 13A, 69A to Sdbahnhof. By U-Bahn (Metro): U1 to Sdtirolerplatz. public@belvedere.at.

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