The picture shows the beginning of the Taborstrasse, on the “Glasscherbeninsel” (Island of Shattered Glass f.k.a. “Mazzesinsel”, Matzo Island) a.k.a. Leopoldstadt, Vienna’s 2nd district. The installation in Yiddish of the Island’s name, in Hebrew letters מצותינדדזל, on this picture from summer 2016, is by artist Sebestyén Fiumei and has since been removed.

The picture shows the beginning of the Taborstrasse, on the “Glasscherbeninsel” (Island of Shattered Glass f.k.a. “Mazzesinsel”, Matzo Island) a.k.a. Leopoldstadt, Vienna’s 2nd district. The installation in Yiddish of the Island’s name, in Hebrew letters מצותינדדזל, on this picture from summer 2016, is by artist Sebestyén Fiumei and has since been removed.

The picture shows the beginning of the Taborstrasse, on the “Glasscherbeninsel” (Island of Shattered Glass f.k.a. “Mazzesinsel”, Matzo Island) a.k.a. Leopoldstadt, Vienna’s 2nd district. The installation in Yiddish of the Island’s name, in Hebrew letters מצותינדדזל, on this picture from summer 2016, is by artist Sebestyén Fiumei and has since been removed.

Nino Shaya Loss-Weiss
Hi, I'm Nino, an unbridled foodnik blogging from Vienna, the city of dreams and Sigmund Freud. I'm cooking up a therapy with recipes and stories from Viennese cuisine and its eclectic influences – Jewish, Italian, Hungarian, Bohemian... – with an armchair psychoanalytical twist.

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