The clock Museum in Vienna

The Vienna clock Museum

The clock Museum, which is located in the Austrian capital, Vienna, is located in the Palace, which once belonged to the chief of the guards. Its visitors have a unique opportunity to trace the history of the provisional measure, since 1921. In this place is world famous Nuremberg egg pocket watch and different. In addition, the clock Museum presents collection of the singing of pocket watches and watches built into the picture.

The clock Museum in Vienna

The clock Museum in Vienna

In the course of history changed and developed artistic styles, therefore changed the design of the clock. Clock Museum can boast of having copies that are made in different historical styles, including Renaissance, Gothic, Baroque, Rococo, art Nouveau. In addition there are also exhibits produced by the Vienna workshop. The clock Museum shows the scheme hours of St. Stephen’s Cathedral. This clock Museum is visited by almost all tourists who decided to spend your holidays in Vienna. It is included in many tours and city guides.

Of great interest is the world famous ankeruhr, however, in order to see them, you need to walk a bit. Figures that move, you can see connecting the two towers of the bridge. Once in every hour the dial appears copper figure has a height of three meters, and at noon all of the figures together. Among them is a figure of such historical figures as Maria Theresa of Austria, Marcus Aurelius and others.

Some of the exhibits hours are of particular importance. These include the astronomical clock, Cajetano, which were made in 1769, and outdoor astronomical clock Joachim Oberkircher. He also worked on a clockwork mechanism of the tower clock of the Cathedral Stefansdom that relates to 1699.

Special attention deserves the collection of pocket watches that belonged to the Austrian writer Baroness Maria Ebner, as well as the clock tower of the XV century and the beginning of the grandfather clock in the case of blue porcelain, were previously in bad Ischl in the Villa of the actress Katharina Sratt. Interestingly, many of the exhibits of the Austrian Museum hours still «go».

 

1810

The Vienna clock Museum

1820, Austria

The Vienna clock Museum

Watch picture approx. 1830, Vienna, Austria

The Vienna clock Museum

1820, Austria

The Vienna clock Museum

The first half of the 19th Vienna, Austria?

The Vienna clock Museum

The Vienna clock Museum

CA. 1890, Vienna, Austria

The Vienna clock Museum

1820, Germany

The Vienna clock Museum

CA. 1900, Vienna, Austria

The Vienna clock Museum

Wall clock, approx. 1770

The Vienna clock Museum

Wall clock, approx. 1780, Austria

The Vienna clock Museum

The Vienna clock Museum

Wall clock, approx. 1817, Austria

The Vienna clock Museum

CA. 1900, Germany

The Vienna clock Museum

CA. 1840

The Vienna clock Museum

Time switch for gas garelki, CA. 1920, Vienna, Austria

The Vienna clock Museum

CA. 1900

The Vienna clock Museum

The Vienna clock Museum

The Vienna clock Museum

The Vienna clock Museum

The Vienna clock Museum

The Vienna clock Museum

Eye-watch

The Vienna clock Museum

Table clock

The Vienna clock Museum

Wall clock, CA. 1790

The Vienna clock Museum

The Vienna clock Museum

The Vienna clock Museum

The Vienna clock Museum

The Vienna clock Museum

The Vienna clock Museum

Watch-candle, approx. 1600

The Vienna clock Museum

Sundial of the 18th century, England

The Vienna clock Museum

16th century, Austria

The Vienna clock Museum

Clock tower

The Vienna clock Museum

The clock Museum in Vienna

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