Imperial Austrian Exhibition
Exhibitions and attractions
Three aspects of Austrian society were explored in different themed areas:
- There was a "Tyrolean Village" with lacemakers, woodcarvers, beer halls and cafes
- A model underground salt mine reached by a slide
- A Bohemia area opened by the Bohemian revivalist Count Lützow
The exhibition was the last use of the Great Wheel, a 94.5-metre (310 ft) taller than  Ferris wheel which was the world's tallest from its opening in 1895 until 1900. It was demolished in 1907.
- General Land Centennial Exhibition (1891)
- Franco-British Exhibition (1908)
- Japan–British Exhibition (1910)
- Pelle, Kimberley D. "Appendix D:Fairs Not Included". In Findling, John E. Encyclopedia of World's Fairs and Expositions. McFarland & Company, Inc. p. 414. ISBN 9780786434169. Missing
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- Anderson Norman. Ferris Wheels:An illustrated history. p. 100. ISBN 087972532X.
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- "Bohemian section at the Austrian exhibition, Earl's Court, London, S. W. 1906. Under the auspices of the City council of the royal capital Prague, and under the honorary presidency of Francis count Lützow and Vladímir Srb...Guide to the Bohemian section and to the kingdom of Bohemia". Retrieved 22 March 2012.
- P. Scheufler, Jižní Čechy objektivem tří generací, České Budějovice 1989
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- "Jazz Age Club". Retrieved 22 March 2012.
- Great Wheel, Earls Court
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