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The answer to this week’s poser is Schönbrunn Palace in Vienna. At the end of the 17th century Emperor Leopold I commissioned the gifted Baroque architect, Bernhard Fischer von Erlach, to built a palatial hunting lodge for the heir to the throne.
Not many city’s boast a giant amusement park as one of their main attractions. Fun fairs tend to come and go, marking an annual event – such as Munich’s Oktoberfest – or a one-off occasion.
Centre of the Austrian, and later Austro-Hungarian Empire, Vienna is packed full of history