The Belvedere, the palace at the heart of Vienna, was once the Baroque summer residence of the renowned general and art connoisseur Prince Eugene. In the Upper Belvedere there is the world’s largest Klimt collection with the famous golden pictures The Kiss and Judith. With their wealth of gold and ornament, these pictures are classic examples of Viennese Art Nouveau and a "must" for Klimt fans the world over! At Prince Eugene’s Lower Belvedere and orangery, the museum stages superb temporary exhibitions with artworks from all over the world. Here you can also discover Prince Eugene’s staterooms: for example the Hall of Grotesques and the sumptuous Golden Room.