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Sign: Vienna - A city introduces itself - Palais Coburg

Coburgbastei 4, 1010 Wien, Austria
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On the sign:
erbaut 1840-45 für Herzog Ferdinand von Sachsen - Coburg und Gotha
auf der 1545-55 errichteten Braunbastei

Built 1840-45 for Duke Ferdinand of Saxony - Coburg and Gotha
on the Brown Bastion from 1545 - 55

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Sign without a number from the "Vienna - the city introduces itself" series of signs, an initiative established in 1956 as part of the Vienna Festival, which shows significant places in the city. The serial number is displayed at the bottom of the sign.
Above the sign are 4 flags of Austria, which is a hallmark of the project, and the possibility of recognizing it from a distance Click for a larger image

The sign is on the site built between 1840-1845 by Karl Schleps. During the Second World War, the place was used as a residence for the Russian soldiers. Today the place is used as a hotel.
In the 16th century, where the building is located, there were armories and soldiers’ quarters in the bastions that defended the city

The place was photographed that day Click for a larger image

An identical sign is on another side of the building Click for sign's details

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