The Olbrich House (Olbrich-Haus) is named after its architect Joseph Maria Olbrich (1867-1908). It is considered one of the most beautiful Jugendstil buildings in Sankt Pölten. As this building was built for the physician Hermann Stöhr it is also known as Haus Stöhr.
Classic bus Steyr 480A built in 1957 seen on the grounds of the railway station Payerbach-Reichenau in the Austrian state Lower Austria (Niederösterreich). This bus was operated by the Austrian mail service (Österreichische Post) which used to offer public transportation as well.
The Horseshoe Tower (Hufeisenturm) in Tulln is a remain of an ancient Roman settlement named Comagena or Comagenis. Many parts of the tower are still from 4th century. The building is named after the shape of its groundplan which reminds of a horseshoe (Hufeisen).
On the ship Regentag lived and worked the artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser for several years. The name Regentag is identical to the second name of Hundertwasser, who called himself Friedensreich Regentag Dunkelbunt Hundertwasser. Since 2004, the ship anchored in the harbour of Tulln. [German]
Fun detail seen in front of the Museum for Cartoons (Karikaturmuseum) in Krems an der Donau: The Beagle Boys. Let me try a translation: We were struggling so bravely, we poor Beagle Boys, but all our efforts were for nothing. The most fun detail: This cartoon was placed opposite the jail of the city.
A reconstruction of an ancient Roman groma seen at a festival in Carnuntum, Austria. At that event, I learned how the ancient Romans used this tool for surveying straight lines, squares and rectangles. In the background, you see the reconstruction of a Roman ballista.
During a festival on the grounds of the archaeology park Carnuntum, a Roman fashion show took place. The audience was not only told about the elements of ancient fashion but also how to put on a toga. By the way, the lady with the red scarf is portraying a Roman bride.