Palais Trautson

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Palais Trautson in 2015

Palais Trautson is a Baroque palace in Vienna, Austria, located at Museumstraße 7. It was once owned by the noble Trautson family {de}.

It was built in 1712 for Johann Leopold Donat von Trautson, the first Prince of Trautson. The building was designed by Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach.

The palace is currently used as office space by the Austrian Federal Ministry of Justice.

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Coordinates: 48°12′21″N 16°21′19″E / 48.20583°N 16.35528°E / 48.20583; 16.35528