Kunst Haus Wien ( Museum Hundertwasser) is Vienna’s sanctuary of arts, architecture and ecology. Founded by visionary artist and architect Friedensreich Hundertwasser, museum is filled with his work and memorabilia. The building itself is a piece of art, one of many the artist created and left behind in Vienna, Austria and around the world. Recognizable style of Hundertwasser is everywhere — in his pictorial art, environmentalism, philosophy, design of facades, postage stamps, flags, and clothing (among other areas where he applied his art).
When it comes to jobs in Vienna, Austria, you will have to ask yourself several questions: Are you looking for a temp job (like bar tending) or something for a long term? Do you have a working permit? Are you a citizen of the EU country? Do you speak German? And so on. Depending on the answers to each of the questions above, your prospects of finding good jobs in Vienna will widen or become narrow. Let’s see what the options are for getting a job in Vienna if you are planning to move here (or have your visit extended).
Vienna (Austria) is divided into 23 districts — administrative areas of different sizes and with their own specific characteristics and charm. Vienna districts are both numbered and have a name, so it is easy to navigate. Their numbers are linked to postal codes, so if an address in Vienna has a postal code 1210, it is in 21st district (middle number from postal code 1210). Here is another example — 1010 is a postal code from first district — 1010.
Also, street names displayed on plates are numbered with district numbers, so if plate reads 4. Prinz Eugen-Straße, this means…