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The Stallburg is a renaissance-style building in the Vienna city center located between Josefsplatz and Michaelerplatz. It is part of the Hofburg Palace. Formerly the living quarters of Archduke Maximilian , later Emperor Maximilian II, it was built around 1558-1565 as a residence. From 1659 to 1776 it housed the art collection of Archduke Leopold Wilhelm, called the Stallburg gallery. This collection forms the core of the later Kunsthistorisches Museum from 1889. Later the building became the Imperial Stables used to house the imperial horses, and even today it is still used by the Spanish Riding School (Spanische Hofreitschule).

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  • Die Stallburg ist ein in der Wiener Innenstadt zwischen Josefsplatz und Michaelerplatz gelegenes dreigeschossiges Gebäude, einen Arkadenhof umgebend. Die Stallburg ist Teil der Hofburg. (de)
  • Le Stallburg parfois Galerie Stallburg est un bâtiment renaissance de trois étages avec une cour intérieure. Construit comme résidence entre 1558-1565 pour l'empereur Maximilien II de Habsbourg et situé dans le centre de Vienne en Autriche, il fait partie du palais impérial de la Hofburg. (fr)
  • La Stallburg è un castello austriaco del XV secolo utilizzato come residenza imperiale. (it)
  • The Stallburg is a renaissance-style building in the Vienna city center located between Josefsplatz and Michaelerplatz. It is part of the Hofburg Palace. Formerly the living quarters of Archduke Maximilian , later Emperor Maximilian II, it was built around 1558-1565 as a residence. From 1659 to 1776 it housed the art collection of Archduke Leopold Wilhelm, called the Stallburg gallery. This collection forms the core of the later Kunsthistorisches Museum from 1889. Later the building became the Imperial Stables used to house the imperial horses, and even today it is still used by the Spanish Riding School (Spanische Hofreitschule). Before moving to Vienna in 1659, Archduke Leopold Wilhelm formed his art collection of 1400 paintings in Brussels, where David Teniers the Younger painted views of his Brussels gallery, which are now spread among various collections. He made many miniatures of the paintings for use as models by engravers and published a catalog of the Italian paintings in the 1660s called Theatrum Pictorium. * The Archduke Leopold Wilhelm in his Painting Gallery in Brussels, Prado * Gallery of Archduke Leopold Wilhelm (Brussels), Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium * Neuen Schloss * Kunsthistorisches Museum * Gallery of Archduke Leopold Wilhelm in Brussels (Vienna), Kunsthistorisches Museum * Gallery of Archduke Leopold Wilhelm in Brussels (Petworth), Petworth House * View into the picture gallery of the Archduke Leopold, by Nicolas van Hoey in Teniers' catalog of paintings in 1673 (en)
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  • Die Stallburg ist ein in der Wiener Innenstadt zwischen Josefsplatz und Michaelerplatz gelegenes dreigeschossiges Gebäude, einen Arkadenhof umgebend. Die Stallburg ist Teil der Hofburg. (de)
  • Le Stallburg parfois Galerie Stallburg est un bâtiment renaissance de trois étages avec une cour intérieure. Construit comme résidence entre 1558-1565 pour l'empereur Maximilien II de Habsbourg et situé dans le centre de Vienne en Autriche, il fait partie du palais impérial de la Hofburg. (fr)
  • La Stallburg è un castello austriaco del XV secolo utilizzato come residenza imperiale. (it)
  • The Stallburg is a renaissance-style building in the Vienna city center located between Josefsplatz and Michaelerplatz. It is part of the Hofburg Palace. Formerly the living quarters of Archduke Maximilian , later Emperor Maximilian II, it was built around 1558-1565 as a residence. From 1659 to 1776 it housed the art collection of Archduke Leopold Wilhelm, called the Stallburg gallery. This collection forms the core of the later Kunsthistorisches Museum from 1889. Later the building became the Imperial Stables used to house the imperial horses, and even today it is still used by the Spanish Riding School (Spanische Hofreitschule). (en)
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  • Stallburg (de)
  • Stallburg (fr)
  • Stallburg (it)
  • Stallburg (en)
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