Stones Of Vienna
For visitors and expatriates, and even some natives, Vienna remains a city dominated by classical music, coffee houses, and the Habsburg court.
But scratch away the surface and a hidden world reveals itself.
Join Duncan in his quest to uncover the secret and often unsung corners of the Danube metropolis.
Recent pieces include "A Ballroom Reborn", "Lair of the Wild Geese", "In an Armenian Monastery", "Vienna at Your Convenience", and "The Knights of Blood Alley".
Stones Of Vienna
April 2014: Coffee and the Comfort of Strangers
March 2014: Klimt's Last Studio
February 2014: A Day At The Races
December/January 2013: In Praise of Concrete
November 2013: A Ballroom Reborn
October 2013: Lair of the Wild Geese
September 2013: Pedestrians Beware!
July/August 2013: Close to Paradise
June 2013: Skyscrapers in the Altstadt
May 2013: Cathedral Curiosities
April 2013: Good Living in Gasometer
March 2013: Monstrous Monuments
February 2013: In an Armenian Monastery
December/January 2012: Heroes of the Polar Seas
November 2012: A City for the Dead
October 2012: The Emperor, the Tailor and the Church of Deliverance
September 2012: Subterranean Cityscapes
July/August 2012: The Fun of the Fair
June 2012: All Change at Westbahnhof
May 2012: Vienna at Your Convenience
April 2012: A Cloister for Academics
March 2012: Ottakring‘s Mystery Wartime Bunker
February 2012: Silver Screen Vienna
December/January 2011: Exploring Beethoven‘s Bastion with Harry Lime
November 2011: A Story of Love and Bubbles
October 2011: The Knights of Blood Alley
September 2011: Of Courtly Love and the Four Seasons
July/August 2011: Fire at the Ringtheater
June 2011: The Forgotten Inventor of the Motor Car
May 2011: Vienna Made to Measure
April 2011: The Bones of Antonio Vivaldi
March 2011: Hard as Nails
February 2011: Vienna for Valentines
'The Stones of Vienna' at The Vienna Review