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AUSTRIA
Zum Schwarzen Kameel (Wien)
Renowned restaurant since XIXth century with a Jugendstil decor of pale yellow ceramic. In German.
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SPAIN
Zamora (Zamora)
Official website of the town of Zamora, now member of the Art Nouveau European Route. In Spanish.
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CROATIA
Zagreb Museum for Arts and Crafts (Zagreb)
Official website of the Museum of Arts and Crafts in Zagreb. In Serbo-Croat.
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POLAND
Wyspianski Museum - Szołayski House (Krakow)
Devoted to one of Poland's most important artists from the turn of the century. It also host temporary exhibitions. In English and Polish.
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SWITZERLAND
World Heritage in Switzerland ()
Swiss sites listed in UNESCO World Heritage, including the towns of La Chaux-de-Fonds and Le Locle, in particular for their Art Nouveau heritage. In French, German, Italian and English.
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AUSTRIA
Woka Lamps Vienna (Wien)
The official Webiste of lamps designer, which explains the historical evolution of commercial craftsmanship in Vienna and offers numerous biographies and buildings presentations. In German and English.
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BELGIUM
Wintertuin Ursulinen - The Ursulines winter garden (Onze-Lieve-Vrouw-Waver)
The official Website of the Wintertuin Ursulinen (The Ursulines winter garden) which hosts an impressive Art Nouveau glass roof. In Dutch, English, French and German.
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BELGIUM
Wintertuin Ursulinen - The Ursulines winter garden (Onze-Lieve-Vrouw-Waver)
The official Website of the Wintertuin Ursulinen (The Ursulines winter garden) which hosts an impressive Art Nouveau glass roof. In Dutch, English, French and German.
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USA
William Penn Hotel (Pittsburgh)
Webpage of the Hotel built by architect Frederick Scheibler. The ball room on the top floor, the "Urban Room", was designed by Joseph Urban (Vienna Secession). In English.
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CANADA
William Morris Society of Canada (Toronto)
The William Morris Society of Canada aims to foster knowledge about the life and work of William Morris (1834-1896), the 19th century English artist, writer, and craftsman. In English.
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GREAT BRITAIN
William Morris patterns (London)
Art Nouveau wallpapers and fabrics by William Morris. In English.
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NETHERLANDS
Wiki Loves Art Nouveau ()
A new virtual exhibition offered by Wikimedia and Europeana based on user-generated content, which explores some of the finest examples of Art Nouveau architecture from across Europe. In German, Dutch, English, Spanish, French, Italian, Latvian, Polish and Swedish.
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UNITED KINGDOM
Wightwick Manor (Wolverhampton)
A Victorian manor house with William Morris interiors and Pre-Raphaelite paintings by Rossetti, Burne-Jones and their followers. In English.
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GERMANY
Westfälisches Landesmuseum für Industriekultur (Dortmund)
Housed in a magnificent Art Nouveau portal. In German, Dutch and English.
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NETHERLANDS
Web Museum of Mr. and Mrs André and José Baptist ()
This museum contains a collection of pewter, metalware, glass and ceramics of the Art Nouveau period from 1895 to 1910. In English.
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INTERNATIONAL
Web Museum of Mr and Mrs André & José Baptist (International)
A site dedicated to Art Nouveau Pewter and Metalware, richly illustrated and a large bibliography. In English.
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AUSTRIA
Wagner:Werk Museum Postsparkasse (Wien)
The official Website of the Otto Wagner’s Postal Savings Bank, which ranks among the key works of European Modernity and Viennese art around 1900. A biography of the master is also available on the Website In English and German.
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GERMANY
Von Zezschwitz Kunst und Design (Munchen)
Saleroom with Jugendstil, Art Déco, Modern and Design objects. In German and English.
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BELGIUM
Voir et Dire Bruxelles (Bruxelles-Brussel)
Information about the Art Nouveau Biennial, organized in October every two years.
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SWITZERLAND
Vitromusée Romont (Romont)
Swiss Museum of Stained Glass Art. In French.
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