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Sarajevo and its people in the exhibition "Sarajevo 2000".
Courtesy of Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wien

Exhibitions

* Dali- Pallavicini Palace. The Pallavicini Palace is one of the most beautiful and interesting palaces in Vienna. Its stylistic transition from the late baroque to classic periods is a beautiful example of highly sophisticated architecture. The palace presents more than 200 original works of the Spanish artist Salvador Dali. Dali's creative genius is on display here in his most famous surrealistic images. This suberb collection is the most important assembly of Dali sculptures in the world. Jozefsplatz 5, Vienna, Tel.: 043-1-512-25-49, open daily 10:00-18:00. Tickets form 50 to 90 ATS.
* Sarajevo 2000- Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wien. Photographs of Sarajevo and its people. Palais Lichtenstein, Furstengasse 1 and Museumsquartier, Ovalhalle, Museumsplatz 1, Tel.: 043-1-799-69-00-30, open Tue-Sun 10:00-18:00.

Music

* The Night of Led Zeppelin- Jimmy Page & Robert Plant. Wiener Stadthalle, 19:30.
* Riverdance- Dance show form Ireland, November 17-29. Wiener Stadthalle, Tue-Thur 19:30, Sat 14:30and 19:30, Sun 19:30 Tickets at Jugend-Info der Stadt Wien, Belaria-Passage, Tel.: 043-1-1799, http://www.magwien.gv.at/ma 13/info.htm/.

Museums

* Secession House- The famous Secession building, established in 1898 with its gallery and built as a modern and functional exhibition hall, now represents a major example of Vienna Art Nouveau. The basic aims of the Secession are to promote acceptance of new developments in art, to encourage the willingness to take risks, to support experimentation and the confrontation of Austrian with international art. Wiener Secession, Friedrichstrasse 12, Vienna, Tel. 043-587-53-07, open Tue-Sun 10:00-18:00. Guided tours at 11:00.

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