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New book |  Celebrities reveal their favorite places in Vienna

New book | Celebrities reveal their favorite places in Vienna

Not in the ZiB studio, but in the lofty Le Meridien hotel, Tariq Leitner and Nadja Bernhard moderated a book presentation, where they each contributed a contribution: “I Love Vienna – The 111 Favorite Places of the Stars” is a name that author Clemens Treichler also describes as “a kind of travel guide.” Celebrities.” “As a trick, Treichler used the alphabet and didn’t classify it himself,” Tariq Lightner joked, but his colleague Mary Clare Zimmerman “used to be called the latter since school” anyway. Zimmermann chose Gloriette, and Bernhard chose Griechengasse. Leitner contributed his take on Neobaugasse: “For me, the 7th District, where I live, is the best example of the transformation of urban life,” said the broadcaster, who himself published a book on the subject this year (“M. Septen – ‘Die’ Reinventing the City in New building in Vienna.

The 51-year-old has written many books. Is writing comfortable for him? “Anyway, it’s a balance in my job at ORF. When I write, I have the opportunity to delve into something as deeply as I want. “In all current programs, time is limited,” he explains, “but in a book it can easily be more than 200 pages.” “And as a broadcaster, he has no problem appearing in the same book as some politicians (such as Michael Ludwig and Caroline Edtstadler)? Leitner solves this problem in a charming way: “From the 100th person on a book project like this, I think it becomes a waste of time,” he replies. Smiling.

Nadia Bernhard on her favorite place: “I feel particularly comfortable in Griechengasse because it exudes a strangeness that is not often found. For example, with the only Gothic tower in the city, the Rococo lantern, and the two Greek Orthodox churches.” A number of actors also immediately approved of Trischler – including Barbara Wusow, Max Simonyšek, Aaron Carle, Katharina Strasser, Max Müller (the Carinthian is filming in Munich, but lives in Vienna), Jakob Seebock and Julia Sensig. “Just like me, they are all real Viennese because they are immigrants,” summed up Tariq Leitner.

ORF broadcaster Tariq Leitner in private in Neubaugasse

Trischler, who is also Gerda Rogers’ busy and creative director, wants to use his works to “honor the beauty and charm of this city in all its aspects and give readers a new perspective on Vienna through exciting short excursions.” He is already planning for the future: he wants to follow up the Vienna book with an Austrian edition that includes 99 favorite places of interesting and famous personalities, and then he already has German cities in mind.

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“I love Vienna”, published by Echomedia-Verlag. With the Vienna Horoscope (Libra) by Gerda Rogers as a remedy.

Actress and singer Katharina Strasser in Türkenschanzpark




Actress and singer Katharina Strasser in Türkenschanzpark

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Best-selling author Thomas Brezina is pictured in front




Best-selling author Thomas Brezina is photographed in front of his red ‘writing cart’ in his private garden

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Carinthian in Vienna: Julia Sensig with her dog Fanny in the Wienerbergteich




Carinthian in Vienna: Julia Sensig with her dog Fanny in the Wienerbergteich

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Nadia Bernhard with Eva Pölzl (who also appears in the book) at the presentation at Le Meridien Hotel




Nadia Bernhard with Eva Pölzl (who also appears in the book) at the presentation at Le Meridien Hotel

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Aaron Carle (selected Anniversary Waiting Room) with Lillian Klebaugh, and Natalie Allison (




Aaron Carle (select Anniversary Waiting Room) with Lillian Klebo, Natalie Allison (“GZSZ”, “Sturm der Liebe”), Caroline Athanasiadis and Cathy Strasser

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Publicist, author and director Clemens Treichler with audience favorite Max Müller




Publicist, author and director Clemens Treichler with audience favorite Max Müller

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