I went alone, and even better, very few people in
While I do not usually favor early modern history, I got a bit obsessed with the exhibit on the Ottomans. I was fascinated to learn about their army, which was organized much differently than western ones and used bows and arrows. Their weapons were stunningly beautiful and absolutely deadly. The Ottomans also used mercenaries and paid them with salary, as opposed to the feudal system of other armies.
I also enjoyed the exhibit on the Austrian navy. The first Austrian military watercraft was built during the wars against the Ottomans to assist the military on land and fight the Ottomans on the
The exhibition on World War II was decent, but the way they approach it, as noted before, is quite passive. And the display on the Holocaust is surprisingly small and not well dealt with. The audio guide is not detailed on that aspect and the rest of the exhibit does not reference it as much. However, some of the propaganda and signs they have is quite good and I found it interesting overall, albeit slightly disappointing.
After exploring the other displays, I left the museum and returned to go out to dinner with everyone for Rricha’s birthday. We ate dinner at an amazing Italian restaurant that is in the courtyard of a beautiful Baroque church. After the delicious meal and amazing setting, we headed off to the Rathaus for some movie watching fun and good times. With that ended another great day in