I visited this museum a number of times while I was on my trip in Vienna as I could not bring myself to leave each and every work of art!
The Collection featuring Egyptian and Near Eastern Art contains one of the world’s most important selections of Egyptian artifacts and relics.
Mihály von Munkácsy painted this beautiful ceiling painting in the year 1888 and this is a main attraction in Vienna and is visited by thousands of tourists and art fanatics yearly.
The interior of the Art History Museum is so well structured and thought out.
In the center of the building, there is a huge staircase of marble with marble columns and a ceiling with religious art painted.
The interior of the museum is beautiful and decorated with the most luxurious and lavishing decorations with the most attractive architecture made with marble.
This exciting museum features the most beautiful works of art surrounded by spectacular design and housed by astounding Renaissance style architecture.
The Egyptian columns found in the Egyptian and Near Eastern Collection rooms were found in Alexandria and were given to the Emperor, Francis Josef I, as a gift.
The Art History Museum has a huge and very interesting collection of artwork dating back centuries for the public to view and enjoy!
In the Egyptian rooms, you will notice that the pillars that hold the ceiling are original Egyptian columns instead of the consistent marble ones you find throughout the museum.
If you have the opportunity to visit Vienna then do not forget to visit the Art History Museum on Ringstrasse in the heart of the city!
Buy a ticket costing only 10-12 euros and get to experience different cultures’’ beauty and creativity.
This painting was painted in the year 1888 and is a huge tourist attraction that tourists like to visit and view in Vienna.