Until 3 October 2005. This exhibition features a wide range of paintings, graphics and sculptures of animals from the Leopold Collection. Key works by Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel and Oskar Laske are among those on display, many of which were inspired the citys Schnbrunn Zoo. Indeed, a drawing by Oskar Laske - in which the artist climbs a ladder to sketch a giraffe - gave its name to the exhibition. There will also be special events and activities for children, as part of Viennas holiday programme for children.

Admission: Regular 9, Reduced 5.50.

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Address Daily 10.00-19.00, Thurs 10.00-21.00, closed Tues MuseumsQuartier Wien, Museumsplatz 1, 1070 Wien By Subway (U-Bahn): U2 (MuseumsQuartier); U2, U3 (Volkstheater) Bus: 48a (Volkstheater), City Bus 2a (MuseumsQuartier) Tram: 49 (Volkstheater) Tel. +43(

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The Art of Portraying a Giraffe

Daily 10.00-19.00, Thurs 10.00-21.00, closed Tues MuseumsQuartier Wien, Museumsplatz 1, 1070 Wien By Subway (U-Bahn): U2 (MuseumsQuartier); U2, U3 (Volkstheater) Bus: 48a (Volkstheater), City Bus 2a (MuseumsQuartier) Tram: 49 (Volkstheater) Tel. +43(

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