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Austrian artist Erwin Wurm (R) stands next to an extra of his participation sculpture “Hose lueften, Haende hoch” (air out pants, hands high) at the garden of the Staedel Museum, in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, 06 May 2014. The series “Wurm: One Minute Sculptures” include painted or written instructions tell the person what they have to do and where for 60 seconds. The exhibition runs from 07 May to 13 July. (Photo by Arne Dedert/EPA)

Austrian artist Erwin Wurm (R) stands next to an extra of his participation sculpture “Hose lueften, Haende hoch” (air out pants, hands high) at the garden of the Staedel Museum, in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, 06 May 2014. The series “Wurm: One Minute Sculptures” include painted or written instructions tell the person what they have to do and where for 60 seconds. The exhibition runs from 07 May to 13 July. (Photo by Arne Dedert/EPA)
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08 May 2014 07:19:00
A bunker at aformer Swiss artillery fortress called Heldsberg stands near the town of St. Margareten, Switzerland March 22, 2015. Heldsberg fortress, located on the Swiss-Austrian border near the River Rhine and Lake Constance was built from 1938 to 1940 and remained in military use until 1992. Since 1993 it is open to the public as Fortress Museum Heldsberg. (Photo by Arnd Wiegmann/Reuters)

A bunker at aformer Swiss artillery fortress called Heldsberg stands near the town of St. Margareten, Switzerland March 22, 2015. Heldsberg fortress, located on the Swiss-Austrian border near the River Rhine and Lake Constance was built from 1938 to 1940 and remained in military use until 1992. Since 1993 it is open to the public as Fortress Museum Heldsberg. (Photo by Arnd Wiegmann/Reuters)
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09 Jan 2016 08:03:00
A snail (Helix Aspersa) and a baby snail sit on a leave in a farm in Vienna June 12, 2013. Andreas Gugumuck owns Vienna's largest snail farm, exporting snails, snail-caviar and snail-liver all over the world. The gourmet snails are processed using old traditional cooking techniques and some are sold locally to Austrian gourmet restaurants. (Photo by Leonhard Foeger/Reuters)

A snail (Helix Aspersa) and a baby snail sit on a leave in a farm in Vienna June 12, 2013. Andreas Gugumuck owns Vienna's largest snail farm, exporting snails, snail-caviar and snail-liver all over the world. The gourmet snails are processed using old traditional cooking techniques and some are sold locally to Austrian gourmet restaurants. (Photo by Leonhard Foeger/Reuters)
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31 Jul 2013 07:19:00
A reveller dressed up as Austrian drag queen and 2014 Eurovision song contest winner Conchita Wurst takes part in New Year's celebrations in Coin, near Malaga, southern Spain, early January 1, 2015. Villagers and revellers dressed up in funny costumes to take part in the New Year's celebration. (Photo by Jon Nazca/Reuters)

A reveller dressed up as Austrian drag queen and 2014 Eurovision song contest winner Conchita Wurst takes part in New Year's celebrations in Coin, near Malaga, southern Spain, early January 1, 2015. Villagers and revellers dressed up in funny costumes to take part in the New Year's celebration. (Photo by Jon Nazca/Reuters)
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02 Jan 2015 12:19:00


In this photo distributed by the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) May 23, 2005, woman soldiers wear branches in their helmets as their infantry instructors' course learns about camouflage during the field craft week of their training May 19, 2005 at an army base near Beersheva in Israel's southern desert. It takes the IDF more than 2 months to teach these 18-year-old female recruits the basic arts of warfare before they assigned to pass on their newly-acquired skills to the army's male and female draftees. (Photo by Abir Sultan/IDF via Getty Images)
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18 Apr 2011 10:22:00
A chimpanzee looks in the direction of a camera at the Gut Aiderbichl Sanctuary for Traumatized Chimpanzees and other Primates in Gaenserndorf, near Vienna, 17 September 2018. 34 former laboratory chimpanzees of former Austrian pharmaceutical company Immuno AG spend their lives at the Gut Aiderbichl Sanctuary for Traumatized Chimpanzees and other Primates since 2009. U.S.-based Baxter International Inc. took over the Immuno AG in 1996, banned experiments with primates and rebuilt a former safari park for the Gut Aiderbichl Sanctuary for Traumatized Chimpanzees and other Primates. After three decades in captivity in too small cages, the chimpanzees, most of them came from Sierra Leone as cubs, have species-appropriate indoor and outdoor enclosures. The financial support by Baxter International Inc. and Austrian officials will end by 2019. (Photo by Christian Bruna/EPA/EFE)

A chimpanzee looks in the direction of a camera at the Gut Aiderbichl Sanctuary for Traumatized Chimpanzees and other Primates in Gaenserndorf, near Vienna, 17 September 2018. 34 former laboratory chimpanzees of former Austrian pharmaceutical company Immuno AG spend their lives at the Gut Aiderbichl Sanctuary for Traumatized Chimpanzees and other Primates since 2009. (Photo by Christian Bruna/EPA/EFE)
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23 Sep 2018 00:03:00
Mercedes driver Nico Rosberg, right, of Germany steers his car in front of Mercedes driver Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton of Britain, center and Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel of Germany during the Austrian Formula One Grand Prix race at the Red Bull Ring  in Spielberg, southern Austria, Sunday, June 21, 2015. (AP Photo/Kerstin Joensson)

Mercedes driver Nico Rosberg, right, of Germany steers his car in front of Mercedes driver Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton of Britain, center and Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel of Germany during the Austrian Formula One Grand Prix race at the Red Bull Ring in Spielberg, southern Austria, Sunday, June 21, 2015. (AP Photo/Kerstin Joensson)
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28 Jun 2015 16:26:00
Just The Two Of Us By Klaus Pichler

Austrian photographer Klaus Pichler has come up with an interesting and creative take on portrait photography – his photo series “Just The Two Of Us” features portraits of people dressed as their cosplay alter-egos. What’s fun about this series is that it seems to combine the costumed characters and the people wearing them, as the sometimes-fearsome characters are photographed in the relatively tame safety of their own homes.
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13 Nov 2013 09:02:00