Kaiserebersdorfer Landwehr artillery barracks

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Kaiserebersdorfer Landwehr artillery barracks

The Kaiserebersdorfer Landwehr artillery barracks at Artillerieplatz 1 was located in Vienna's 11th district Simmering .

The barracks of the kk Landwehr , completed in 1915, were the last major barracks to be built in Vienna during the monarchy . It was built according to plans by the architect Paul Hoppe . After the First World War , the building was used by the armed forces as a barracks and depot. The German Wehrmacht and the Red Army followed as further users . After 1955, this barracks was no longer taken over by the armed forces, but was initially used in 1956 to accommodate refugees from Hungary . In 1974 part of the property was sold.


Individual evidence

  1. ^ Paul Hoppe. In: Architects Lexicon Vienna 1770–1945. Published by the Architekturzentrum Wien . Vienna 2007. Accessed April 1, 2018.

Coordinates: 48 ° 9 ′ 50 ″  N , 16 ° 28 ′ 23 ″  E