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Dates 14.7. – 14.8.2010 each Wednesday, Friday and Saturday at 7.30 pm You can visit Vienna and Schonbrunn Palace during our escorted European tour ek1 Prague Vienna Budapest during your stay in Vienna (Vienna, Austria, Europe), or traveling through our route tours/314-escorted-tour-prague-vienna-budapest-bratislava-prague '> EK1 Prague Vienna Budapest Bratislava (escorted european Prague Vienna Budapest Bratislava), be sure to visit the museum in the Hofburg Sisi (Hofburg, Sisi Museum). The 1994 Sisi Museum is housed in apartments in the Imperial Palace Stefan. The museum has personal things and objects once owned by Elizabeth. The more than 300 items on display in the museum include parasols, boxes and gloves which once belonged to the anthrophobic Elisabeth, along with her beauty recipes, her death mask and the actual file used in her assassination, which is usually kept securely under lock and key. Further items include a reconstruction of the evening dress worn by 16 year old Sisi in 1854 before she left her home in Munich, and a replica of a section of her imperial railway carriage.
Empress Elisabeth (1837-1898) developed into a beautiful and extravagant woman whom Franz Joseph worshipped his whole life long. The emperor and empress had four children; their first child, Sophie, died at the age of two, their surviving daughters Gisela (1856-1932) and Marie Valerie (1868-1924) both married and had several children, from whom there are numerous descendants. Their only son, Crown Prince Rudolf, born in 1858, took his own life together with that of his mistress, the seventeen-year-old Baroness Mary Vetsera, at his hunting lodge at Mayerling in 1889. His marriage to Stephanie of Belgium had produced a daughter, Elisabeth – known as Erzsi -, who after her divorce from Prince Windisch-Graetz joined the Social Democratic Party and married the socialist Leopold Petznek, going down in Austrian history as the 'Red Archduchess' .