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Brutale Neugier: Walter Henisch, Kriegsfotograf und Bildreporter; [Wien Museum, Karlsplatz, 30. Oktober 2003 - 6. Jänner 2004, Ausstellung] by Walter Henisch307
Prominente Uhren : Zeitmesser und ihre Besitzer ; [Uhrenmuseum, 15. April 2004 bis 29. August 2004] by Eva-Maria Orosz310
Der neue Antisemitismus. by Wolfgang Kos311
Magische Orte : Wiener Sagen und Mythen by Reingard Witzmann312
Alt-Wien. Die Stadt, die niemals war by Wolfgang Kos316
Grosser Bahnhof; Wien un die weite Welt by Wolfgang Kos332
Im Wirtshaus : eine Geschichte der Wiener Geselligkeit by Ulrike Spring336
Schöne Aussichten : die Berühmten Wien-Bilder des Verlags Artaria by Reingard Witzmann337
Ganz unten : die Entdeckung des Elends ; Wien, Berlin, London, Paris, New York ; [338. Sonderausstellung des Wien Museums. Wien Museum Karlsplatz, 14. Juni bis 28. Oktober 2007] by Werner Michael Schwarz338
Nagoya - Das Werden der japanischen Großstadt by Wolfgang Kos344
Steinerne Zeugen : Relikte aus dem alten Wien by Renata Kassal-Mikula346
Am Puls der Stadt 2000 Jahre Karlsplatz ; [348. Sonderausstellung des Wien Museums, 29. Mai - 26. Oktober 2008] by Elke Doppler348
Grosser Auftritt : Mode der Ringstrassenzeit by Regina Karner359
Kampf um die Stadt : Politik, Kunst und Alltag um 1930 by Wolfgang Kos361
Wien im Film: Stadtbilder aus 100 Jahren by Christian Dewald364
Window Shopping by Susanne Breuss368
Trude Fleischmann by Heike Herrberg369
Der Dombau von St. Stephan: die Originalpläne aus dem Mittelalter. by Michaela Kronberger370
Karl Wilhelm Diefenbach: Lieber sterben, als meine Ideale verleugnen! by Karl Wilhelm Diefenbach371
Makart - Ein Künstler regiert die Stadt by Ralph Gleis373
Angelo Soliman : ein Afrikaner in Wien ; [376. Sonderausstellung des Wien-Museums, Wien-Museum 29. September 2011 bis 29. Jänner 2012] by Philipp Blom376
Klimt : die Sammlung des Wien Museums by Ursula Storch382
Sattlers Kosmorama: Eine Weltreise von Bild zu Bild by Wien Museum387
Wien aussen : ein Fotoprojekt von Didi Sattmann by Didi Sattmann389
Franz Sedlacek : Chemiker der Phantasie by Franz Sedlacek395
Experiment Metropole : 1873 : Wien und die Weltausstellung (Ausstellung Wienmuseum 15.5.14 - 28.9.14) by Wolfgang Kos397
Romane Thana : Orte der Roma und Sinti by Andrea Härle400
Liebe Wien, Deine Ingeborg Strobl by Ingeborg Strobl402
Der Ring - Pionierjahre einer Prachtstraße by Andreas Nierhaus403
Andreas Groll : Wiens erster moderner Fotograf; 1812 - 1872; [21. Oktober 2015 bis 10. Jänner 2016] by Monika Faber406
In den Prater!: Wiener Vergnügen seit 1766 by Ursula Storch408
Brennen für den Glauben. Wien nach Luther by Rudolf Leeb413
Wien von oben by Sandór Békési414

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This is the special exhibition series sponsored by the Wien Museum (Vienna Museum). The exhibition series was formerly known as Sonderausstellung des Historischen Museums der Stadt Wien (...Historical Museum of the City of Vienna). The last number in the former series was 304. The new series starts with number 305. Quasi ein Genie issued in 2003.

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