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About: Kursalon Vienna

Impossibly elegant and refined, the Kursalon is where Johann Strauss first made his name. It was finished in 1867 and operated first as a spa with restorative waters for the Viennese. In 1868 Johann Strauss gave his first concert there, and it was such a success that it has remained a concert venue ever since.

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Kursalon Vienna
33,Johannesgasse, 1010, Vienna
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