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People pass in front of the "Looshaus", a modernist building designed by the architect Adolf Loos in 1910 at the Michaelerplatz, downtown Vienna on January 17, 2018. VLADIMIR SIMICEK / AFP
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A facade of the Majolica House designed by architect and urban planner Otto Wagner is pictured in Vienna on January 12, 2018. Otto Wagner is famous for significant impact on the appearance of Vienna. The city is marking 100 years since the death of a string of luminaries from its fin-de-siecle glory days with an avalanche of exhibitions of modernist art, design and architecture that still inspire and shock today. VLADIMIR SIMICEK / AFP
Best Photos of the Day
The facade of the Majolica House designed by architect and urban planner Otto Wagner is pictured in Vienna on January 12, 2018. Otto Wagner is famous for significant impact on the appearance of Vienna. The city is marking 100 years since the death of a string of luminaries from its fin-de-siecle glory days with an avalanche of exhibitions of modernist art, design and architecture that still inspire and shock today. VLADIMIR SIMICEK / AFP
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Picture taken on January 12, 2018 in Vienna shows the facade of the modernist building of the Austrian Postal Savings Bank, designed by architect and urban planner Otto Wagner and opened in 1906. Otto Wagner is famous for significant impact on the appearance of Vienna. The city is marking 100 years since the death of a string of luminaries from its fin-de-siecle glory days with an avalanche of exhibitions of modernist art, design and architecture that still inspire and shock today. VLADIMIR SIMICEK / AFP
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Picture taken on January 12, 2018 in Vienna shows an interior view of the modernist building of the Austrian Postal Savings Bank, designed by architect and urban planner Otto Wagner and opened in 1906. Otto Wagner is famous for significant impact on the appearance of Vienna. The city is marking 100 years since the death of a string of luminaries from its fin-de-siecle glory days with an avalanche of exhibitions of modernist art, design and architecture that still inspire and shock today. VLADIMIR SIMICEK / AFP
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Picture taken on January 12, 2018 in Vienna shows people walking past the "American Bar" designed by Austrian architect Adolf Loos. Vienna is marking 100 years since the death of a string of luminaries from its fin-de-siecle glory days with an avalanche of exhibitions of modernist art, design and architecture that still inspire and shock today. VLADIMIR SIMICEK / AFP
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Picture taken on January 12, 2018 at Michaelerplatz in Vienna shows the facade of the "Looshaus", a modernist building designed by Austrian architect Adolf Loos. Vienna is marking 100 years since the death of a string of luminaries from its fin-de-siecle glory days with an avalanche of exhibitions of modernist art, design and architecture that still inspire and shock today. VLADIMIR SIMICEK / AFP
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Picture taken on January 12, 2018 shows an inside view of the station of Karlsplatz Stadtbahn Station in Vienna that was designed by architect and urban planner Otto Wagner and opened in 1899. Vienna is marking 100 years since the death of a string of luminaries from its fin-de-siecle glory days with an avalanche of exhibitions of modernist art, design and architecture that still inspire and shock today. VLADIMIR SIMICEK / AFP
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Picture taken on January 12, 2018 shows the station of Karlsplatz Stadtbahn Station in Vienna that was designed by architect and urban planner Otto Wagner and opened in 1899. Vienna is marking 100 years since the death of a string of luminaries from its fin-de-siecle glory days with an avalanche of exhibitions of modernist art, design and architecture that still inspire and shock today. VLADIMIR SIMICEK / AFP
Best Photos of the Day
Picture taken on January 12, 2018 in Vienna shows an interior view of the modernist building of the Austrian Postal Savings Bank, designed by architect and urban planner Otto Wagner and opened in 1906. Otto Wagner is famous for significant impact on the appearance of Vienna. The city is marking 100 years since the death of a string of luminaries from its fin-de-siecle glory days with an avalanche of exhibitions of modernist art, design and architecture that still inspire and shock today. VLADIMIR SIMICEK / AFP