Karl Lueger (German: [ˈlu̯eːɡɐ], not *[ˈlyːɡɐ]; 24 October 1844 – 10 March 1910) was an Austrian politician, mayor of Vienna, and leader and cofounder the Austrian Christian Social Party. He is credited with the transformation of the city of Vienna into a modern city. The populist and anti-Semitic politics of his Christian Social Party are sometimes viewed as a model for Hitler's Nazism.
Otto WAGNER (designer) Austria 1841 – 1918 Alexander ALBERT (manufacturer) Austria active c.1904 Chair for Dr Karl Lueger 1904 Rosewood (Dalbergia sp.), mother-of-pearl, leather 98.5 x 63 x 59.5 cm Wien Museum, Vienna Estate of Karl Lueger, 1910
Kaiserhuldigung: Kaiser Franz Joseph I. und Bürgermeister Karl Lueger bei der Kaiserhuldigung der Wiener Schulkinder im Park von Schloss Sch...
Palais Ephrussi is a former Ringstraßenpalais in Vienna. It was built for the Ephrussi family of financiers by Theophil Freiherr von Hansen, the architect of the Austrian Parliament Building. It is situated on the Ringstrasse, specifically Doctor-Karl-Lueger-Ring, opposite the Votivkirche.
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Grave of Karl Lueger 1844-1910, Mayor of Vienna, below Karl Borromäus Church, Central Cemetery Vienna