Viennese original

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A Viennese original is the name given to a city ​​original that is well-known in Vienna and that attracts attention with its unusual, interest-arousing properties and usually also finds literary echo.

List of Viennese originals


  • Friederike Kraus: Viennese originals of the interwar period . Diploma thesis University of Vienna, Vienna 2008 ( full text online )

Individual evidence

  1. Peter Roos and Clemens Fabry: The angel in the coffee house. "Herr Robert", Café Landtmann, Vienna and the world , Verlag Publication PN ° 1 - Bibliothek d. Province, Weitra 2004, ISBN 3852525691 .
  2. Leopold Hawelka is 100 articles from April 11, 2011 on
  3. ^ Johann Werfring: Viennese coffee maker legend has passed away . In: "Wiener Zeitung", June 16, 2016, p. 23.
  4. Peter Payer: The Vienna Opera Crossing. In: dérive - magazine for urban research . January 27, 2013, accessed on August 18, 2014 (for confusion between the Opera and the Babenberg Crossing, see Note 6).
  5. Josef Lukits. In: Der Spiegel . April 25, 1956, accessed August 18, 2014 .
  6. Petra Rathmanner: "He was a grumpy authority" . In: "Wiener Zeitung", online version of September 27, 2011.
  7. Clara Hein: The thing with the vowel "u" , In: Stadtrechner aus Wien , Gmeiner Verlag, Meßkirch 2014, ISBN 978-3-8392-4414-2 , section 20.
  8. Urban research: The street. In: Ö1 Leporello . February 12, 2013, accessed August 18, 2014 .
  9. Stadtflanerie with Zettelpoet Helmut Seethaler Article on
  10. In his essay about the exhibition on the work of Hans Christian Tschiritsch (1999) in the Austrian Folklore Museum , which was published in the Österreichische Zeitschrift für Volkskunde , its director at the time, Franz Grieshofer , describes the artist as “a Viennese original, but not of the cozy kind but one in which work and person are fused into a whole. ”Franz Grieshofer: Hans Christian Tschiritsch: Phono-Inventionen. An exhibition of the Austrian Museum of Folklore "... from the series" from January 21 to April 5, 1999 . In: Österreichische Zeitschrift für Volkskunde, Volume LIII / 102, Vienna 1999, p. 49. On the qualification of Hans Christian Tschiritsch as a “Viennese Original” cf. further: Werner Leiss: Invented instruments with two accordions . In: Concerto magazine, issue 1/2011; see. further: Johann Werfring: Magical moments of being . In: “Wiener Zeitung”, October 4, 2019, p. 18; see. also: Johann Werfring: Where angels go on vacation in Vienna. In: "Wiener Zeitung", October 11, 2019, p. 17.
  11. Michael Matzenberger: Waluliso: A Viennese original would be a hundred articles in the daily newspaper “Der Standard”, online version from July 1, 2014.

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