As for today, what is the situation with the Extreme Right in Austria?
Unlike any other national research centre, the Documentation Archive of Austrian Resistance collects documents, objects, proofs and memories of national Nazi terror. Location: Altes Rathaus, Wipplinger Strasse 6 – 8, 1010 Vienna Opening hours (permanent exhibition): Monday to Wednesday, Friday (work days) 9am to 5pm; Thursday 9a, to 7pm The city has five Jewish cemeteries.
The one located in the ninth district is the most beautiful and oldest of all local cemeteries.
Set in a leafy green compound in Seegasse on Alsergrund, it lets you explore up to 500 year old inscripted tombstones.
The inhabitants of Leopoldstadt were almost completely extinguished during the Nazi Regime.
In recent years, Jewish life has grown more vibrant around the synagogue and popular Karmelitermarkt.
Vienna’s main synagogue is located at Seitenstettengasse, which was formerly a Jewish quarter.
Expect to see the last homes of Rabbi Sabbatai, Rabbi Menachem Hendel, banker Samuel Oppenheimer and other famous Jewish Viennese.The memorial was designed by British artist Rachel Whiteread.