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Lehár Villa
Bad-Ischl-Lehar Museum.JPG
General information
LocationBad Ischl
CountryAustria
Coordinates47°42′34.6″N 13°37′19.1″E / 47.709611°N 13.621972°E / 47.709611; 13.621972
Website
https://www.stadtmuseum.at/hg_leharvilla.php

Lehár Villa is a building in Bad Ischl in Upper Austria, on the bank of the River Traun. It was the summer residence of the composer Franz Lehár (1870–1948). Today it is a museum dedicated to the composer.

Description

Lehár bought the villa from the Duchess of Sabran in 1912, and for the rest of his life spent most summers here. He said: "In Ischl I always have my best ideas".[1]

The interior is furnished, as far as possible, as it was when Lehár lived here. Personal memorabilia, and paintings that he collected during his life, can be seen. There is a museum within the building, showing items relating to the life of the composer.[1]

See also

References

  1. ^ a b "Die Villa von Franz Lehár" Museum der Stadt Bad Ischl. Retrieved 7 September 2020.
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