FroCoS 2005 - 5th International Workshop on Frontiers of Combining Systems
Vienna, Austria, September 19-21, 2005
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The FroCoS 2005 poster is freely available here for downloading, printing, notice boards etc., in the following formats:
The photo on the poster shows a part of the front side of the Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna (Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien), one of the major attractions for sight-seeing in Vienna. The newly constructed museum building in the Vienna Ringstraße was ceremoniously opened in 1891. For the first time, most of the imperial Habsburg collections were housed under one roof, the monumental building itself being conceived as a memorial to Habsburg patronage. The architects Gottfried Semper (1803-1879) and Karl von Hasenauer (1833-1894) designed the building in the style of the Italian Renaissance, establishing in the spirit of Historicism a link with an epoch of especial significance for the arts and sciences. The magnificent architecture creates a fitting setting for the artistic treasures assembled by the Habsburgs, for centuries enthusiastic patrons and collectors. The collections of the Kunsthistorisches Museum are amongst the most important and spectacular in the world.
The photo in the header on the right of the FroCoS 2005 web pages shows a view of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Schönbrunn Palace (Schloss Schönbrunn), another major attraction for visitors in Vienna.