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The Kaiser Karl Soldiers’ Homes

An unexecuted design. The architect later designed a number of housing projects during the First Austrian Republic.

This post was published on Saturday, November 22nd, 2008 8:01 pm. It has been categorised under Architecture Austria Hapsburg Military and been tagged under , , .
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  1. Baron v Senden
    24 November 2008
    11:33 am

    Replaced by the wretched republic with various and sundry “Karl Marx” houses instead.
    I must say though that it is not traditional to name such places after reigning monarchs. I suspect that Franz, last Holy Roman, and first Austrian Emperor, would have raised an eyebrow at such goings-on.

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