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Cycling through Graz and Time
The exhibition shows the close symbiosis that Graz entered into with the new invention of the modern bicycle in the late nineteenth century: As a stronghold of early cycling clubs and a centre of the bicycle industry, as a scene of lively bicycle activism from the 1970s onwards and a city for ambitious visions of the future.
Jochen Rindt, Myth, Graz
Childhood and Youth
The Brave Cannoneer of the Schlossberg
Anton Sigl was one of the around 900 men who bravely stood their ground in the Schlossberg fortress at that time. And he left us vivid testimonies of this time of radical change: two models of the Schlossberg and a manuscript that describes the events of that time particularly vividly. In addition to his large model of the Schlossberg, his story of the siege and defence of the Schlossberg fortress is now presented as images in the Graz Museum.
The Story of Graz
Find out everything about the history of Graz
The conflict history of the genesis of the city, its demographic development, gender issues, and the transforming appearance of Graz are combined with present-day issues such as globalisation, migration, diversity, or urban codetermination and transport policy.