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Exhibition takes you on a journey with Sigmund Freud

To mark the 75th anniversary of Sigmund Freud's death, the museum dedicated to him in Vienna is holding an exhibition looking at Freud's journeys around the world, including his final one that saw him flee National Socialism in 1938.

'Freud's Travels. Cultural Experiences - Psychoanalytical Thinking' is taking place at the Sigmund Freud Museum in the ninth district between 7 March and 5 October.

The Museum is found on the spot where Freud lived at Berggasse 19 between 1891 and 1938 where visitors can now visit to see his private rooms, which during this exhibition are showing a collecting of documents, souvenirs and photographs collected by Freud on his travels.

The exhibition focuses on the relocation of Freud's family from Pribor to Vienna when Sigmund Freud was just 3-years-old, his tours in Italy and Greece and his lecture tour in the United States.

His flight from Austria following Hitler's Anschluss of the country is also a main feature, as it was this journey that changed the place of Freud's death from his home in Vienna to London - where, although in exile, he said he was allowed to "die in freedom" in 1939.

The exhibition opens on the evening of Thursday 6 March at 7pm. For more information visit www.freud-museum.at.

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