A garden/park of Franziska von Wertheimstein, daughter of Leopold Ritter von Wertheimstein, friend of Rothschilds.
As Franziska did not want to get married, the family have “given” her a garden to keep her mind occupied.
The family arranged also therapy sessions by Freud’s colleague Breuer. We have this special yellow buddleia from her garden collection, we call it Franziska. more photos from the park



backside is made like a frontside  
The front entry of the villa of Franziska von Wertheimstein's villa, not a very elegant, typical bourgeoise "clean" architecture.
The discreet but pompous entry from the backside, discreetly reachable by a short walk from the street is on the photo below.
typical case of
"The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie (French: Le Charme discret de la bourgeoisie) is a 1972 surrealist film directed by Luis Buñuel"
Franziska von Wertheimstein's villa
never seen the main, elegant entry to a house from north on, the side of the garden, without possibility to come with the horse carriage.
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