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Freedom of panorama in Austria is similar to Germany, with the following differences:
  • Publicly accessible interiors of buildings are also covered, but only if they are part of an architect's room concept. Reproductions may not depict only the copyrighted work or otherwise make the relation between the work and nearby other works or the room itself invisible.
  • Photos do not need to have been taken from a public place (c.f. Hundertwasserentscheidung).

The law limits the provision to works of the "bildende Künste" – fine arts, applied arts, photography and architecture.

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