Emperor Franz Joseph I's washstand

Unknown2nd half of 19th century

Schönbrunn Palace

Schönbrunn Palace
Vienna, Austria

Franz Joseph’s modest, almost spartan lifestyle is reflected in the way he attended to his personal hygiene. A modern bathroom had been installed at the palace for his wife Elisabeth in the 1870s, but the emperor continued to use a washstand up to the end of his life.


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