The oldest secular frescoes in Vienna, the Neidhart Fresken, are preserved in the house on Tuchlauben 19. The building is fourteenth-century and was adorned around 1398 by the wealthy Viennese merchant Michel Menschein with a large-scale picture series. The frescoes show scenes from everyday life and the poetry of the Viennese minnesinger Neidhart von Reuental (c. 1180 - 1240), also a spring festival and roundel dance with banquet.
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