Vienna often brings to mind majestic palaces and an imperial past. While the train stops at Wien Meidling, one wonders if the city will also amaze you with a young and alternative side.
What is Europe? What do young people think about Europe? We went onto the streets of cities across the Old Continent to discover what Europeans think about the current situation in Europe, the European elections and how they are involved in the culture and lifestyle in the part of the world they call home.
Because Vienna is much more than Mozart, Sisi and Sacher Torte, we traveled to the Austrian capital to discover the other faces of the imperial city: the young people who dream that one day their Kaiser will return, drinking 'sturm' together with young members of the extreme right and the punks of Anarchy Pizzeria. Or the majestic streets of Vienna, adorned with graffiti and street art, which attract hundreds of young Germans each year to study in their universities. The other Vienna.
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