The historical capital of Vienna is famous for its architectural beauty and is known as one of the most "livable" cities in the world, according to (EIU) 2013 Global Livability Survey of the Economist Intelligence Unit.
It is also, however, an arts center with three art galleries located just inside the city Museumsquartier. There are so many historical buildings in Vienna that you can explore with the help of travel companies such as: https://www.vienna4friends.com/
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The Leopold Museum houses one of the largest collections of modern Austrian art in the world. The main work in the museum were produced in the first half of the 20th century and include examples of prominent artists such as Egon Schiele and Gustav Klimt.
The museum is also known to hold the largest collection of works by Schiele – major figurative painter of the 20th century. Schiele was a protege of Klimt and his paintings are seen as an example of early Expressionism, because the forms of twisted bodies that characterize his work.
This center is a must for any visit to Vienna; never composed of temporary exhibitions, you never know what great works you can find here. Displaying items by local artists, national and international, he has a real presence in the world in the art scene.
This gallery has two locations: one in the museum district, alongside other major galleries in the city, and another to his original location of Karlsplatz, where the museum began its life as a temporary structure continued to influence the local art scene in Vienna.