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Pages: 24 + cover
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Achtundvierzigerplatz (Breitensee), named in 1929 to commemorate the victims of the revolution of March 1848. On March 13, 1848, due to great economic hardship and social miscarriages, the revolution broke out in Austria. The revolution of 1848/1849 in Austria was part of the bourgeois-democratically motivated revolutions of 1848/1849, which took part in large areas of Central Europe. All three waves (March, May, October) of uprising were bloodily suppressed and remained without result except for a throne change (Emperor Ferdinand I. handed over the office to his 18-year-old nephew Joseph, emperor name Franz Josef I.).


Achtundvierzigerplatz was photographed on March 29th 2017.