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Due to it’s close proximity to the Hungarian border and Eastern European sphere of culture Asparn’s archeological park / open air museum, it seemed fitting to it’s operators and managers to host an annual Pannonian Avars and Hun festival on the thematically fitting grounds of the historically rebuilt village, amidst rustling oaks and pines, thatched […]
What very notably distinguishes Asparn’s open air museum of prehistory, ancient history and mediaeval archaeology, is, aside from it’s long range of examined historic periods where other museums specialize in a narrower timeframe, mainly the vast area it inhabits and atmospheric vegetation that encloses it. Both from the inside of the archeologically recreated buildings, as […]
The message is arguably simple: Create a sustainable future for coming generations, non-dependent on fossil fuels or producing radioactive waste. That is what VOLKSKRAFTWERK aims to achieve, by creating awareness in lectures, advancing technological development, by synergizing scientists, distributing generators and environmentally friendly batteries for self-sustaining households and building a clean energy power plant for […]
Several times a year a flock of linnen, chainmail or wool-clad (or topless), torques, helmets and swords wearing and unique historic finds recrafting enthusiasts, so called reenactors gather at the hilltop over the town of Schwarzenbach, where they, the town and hardworking archeologists rebuilt a celtic settlement. Here over twothousand years ago our ancestors used […]
Wine, roasted boar, honey pies, laughter, music, juggling, show fights and a huge bonfire. What more could warm every Schwarzenbach and surrounding area’s citizens’ hearts than the annual cheerful celtic-themed midsummer-night’s fair „Celtovation“ in southeastern Lower Austria. This year, for their round anniversary the town decided to have it’s three day festival documented and summarized […]
What’s a little rain when there lies a busy town of tents before you, a gushing torrent of cold mountain water in a forest behind you and a comparable endless stream of beer and booze at your disposal? And of course not to forget, there still is the music, which all the local, young and […]
As many of our current friends, business partners and clients, the band Tulsa Doom first came in contact with us via other projects where they were curious and motivated to play some of our bearded, fur wearing, axe swinging barbarian raiders, and as they themselves declared their band’s style to be of a „Barbarian-Trash-Metal“ kind, […]
When you think of a Jazz Concert what is the first thing that comes to mind in terms of atmosphere and location? A concert hall, a bar, a lounge, an open air stage maybe, disregarding any such conventional notions the Jazz im Hoizwerk festival host both a wide range of musical journeys into classic Jazz, […]
Certainly one of, if not the biggest open air museum of roman antiquity, the Carnuntum Museum in eastern Lower Austria several times a year hosts a roman fair, complete with legionaries, gladiators, theatrical actors, merchants and craftsmen all in roman-, celtic- or dacian- reenactor attire, both on a wide, open plain around the archeological digging sites as […]
You might not expect something as peaceful, down to earth and pragmatic as a wedding documentation video from a team so eagerly jumping to any chance to test themselves in new genre styles, experimenting with high paced, fight-, action and music-video themes, but all the more you’d be wrong to assume it doesn’t equally interest, […]