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- The Leopold Museum in the Museums Quartier (MQ) of Vienna is a wonderful museum. This museum specializes in Austrian art and indeed contains the largest collection of Egon Schiele and Richard Gerstl paintings in the world.
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Sep 26, 2018 · The human zoos. The Royal Museum for Central Africa began as a temporary exhibition in 1897 in Tervuren, where Leopold had his country estate. The most talked-about part of the exhibition was the...
Sep 26, 2018 · The Royal Museum for Central Africa began as a temporary exhibition in 1897 in Tervuren, where Leopold had his country estate. The site of the first Congolese "human zoo" is now where the Royal ...
Some want to close King Leopold's museum or cut him out altogether. "Everything in that museum belongs to the Congolese," says art curator Cesarine Sinatu Bolya. "King Leopold was a madman."
- BARTOK. BARTOK IN BUDAPEST. Béla Bartók Museum Museum Budapest. Béla Bartók lived in Budapest for most of his adult life. There he was a professor at the Conservatory for 30 years.
- BEETHOVEN. TRAVEL GUIDE VIENNA FOR CLASSICAL MUSIC AND OPERA FANS. Previous Next. The house at Bonngasse 20 dates from 1700 and is one of the few surviving town houses from that period.
- BRAHMS. To the complete biography of BRAHMS. TO THE BIOGRAPHY OF JOHANNES BRAHMS. Previous Next. Brahms museum at Haydn Gasse. Brahms lived in various apartments after moving to Vienna, and from 1872 until his death in 1897 he lived at Karlgasse 4.
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The Mozart House in Augsburg is a small and charming museum in the house where Leopold Mozart was born. He left at 18 to move to Salzburg, where most of the Mozart story originates, but his days in Augsburg shaped him and his influence on his prodigiously prodigal son.