Historical Museum of the City of Vienna
The Historical Museum of the City of Vienna traces the city's history with an incredible variety of objects. Some of the exceptional exhibits include a circular plan of Vienna (1545) and a Pompeiian Drawing Room (1800). Paintings such as Klimt's Love (1895) and a Self Portrait with Outstretched Fingers by Egon Schiele (1911) are alone worth a visit. Visitors must pinpoint their own particular centres of interest among the wealth of treasures exhibited in the museum.