Some more Grafitti

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20 March 2008

Theme day is just around the corner so I decided to put this other photo that depicted March's Grafitti theme. This is at one side of the Landstrasse station where local, national and airport trains stops. I haven't looked much into the 'art' but they all seem to be animals or animal-like in some way. (Chuck, see there are people walking too!)

Below is the passageway of the ÖBB National train exiting to the local trains. Definitely the perfect place to put your ads!

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15 comments

  1. a very clean place that even the grafitti's looks like spray paints but are beautiful.

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  2. Ah, so there really are people that live in Vienna ... and travel via rail. OK. I'm convinced. -:)

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  3. Very nice! Clean and neat, just how I like railway stations.

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  4. I assume those are really spray paints Dong, it turned out to be a nice design though hehe.

    Yes Chuck, believe me its authentic =D

    Hi Kris, I am also surprised to see that...I mean I don't really look into it much but when I post the photos then I see that Vienna is clean! =D

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  5. These grafitti seems to be works of real artists. I have seen your site via entrecard. I find it very creative in the postings.

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  6. Hi wangbu! I saw you commented in my other blog too =) I am new to entrecard and its really nice that its sending me good traffic! Thank you for dropping by!

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  7. Hi Giselle.. I have been to these stations.. the murals look nice.

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  8. The graffiti shows that Vienna has a truly lively cultural scene. Very nice pics. :)

    Sorry if I'm going off topic here but how's the music scene in Vienna these days? (Naks! Para bang may mga kilala akong Austrian musicians? Actually wala. Hehehe)

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  9. Very graphic shots and places.

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  10. It's really clean! Anyway, I feel that the graffiti made the stretch of walls unique.

    (:

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  11. Landstrasse Murphy, you won't miss it! There is a market upstairs where an Asia shop which I frequent, it is operated by a filipino.

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  12. Panaderos, the classics...well, there are still lots of opera houses and you'd hear the Blue Danube often, just last month was the Wiener Opernball and they have lots of Mozart and Strauss music =D

    Honestly, I can't get out much alone, lol...and get to enjoy music, theather and museums, I always have 3 kids with me =) I hope I could share those soon, but I don't think it would be so soon
    =(

    The city offers music schools for young kids and just earlier I was looking for one for my daughter...she can play the flute a little so I might encourage her to continue, older son said he wants to learn the piano hehe. Thanks for asking Panaderos, I think I wrote more here than in the post lol....

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  13. Hi Alice! How's everything there? The chocolates and your daughter? haaayy...not only the station walls have this kinds of grafitti, the rail track walls got so much too...I might post them for the rest of March. Good day!

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  14. You'd see much of Europe's trainstation with such Grafitti Kyels, sometimes they're nice but sometimes disturbing =( PLease look at the theme day photos to see what I mean. ;-)

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  15. Ang linis linis naman ng Grafitti nato! Ang layo-layo sa nakikita ko dito sa Pinas.

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