The tree-lined Viennese district of Pötzleinsdorf is perhaps best known for its parks, historic villas, and its Heurigen (wine taverns). However, savvy art connoisseurs know to visit the residence of Johann Jakob Geymüller, a 19th century banker, on Sunday mornings. Built during the Age of Enlightenment, Geymüller's home is an ornately designed treasure trove of furniture and art from the Biedermeier period, as well as a collection of antique clocks. Now a branch of the MAK, Geymüllerschlössel is a wonderful glimpse into the decadent Viennese lifestyles of another era.
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Image Source: MAK Branch Geymüllerschlössel