Res publica – What an evening

Res publica – What an evening

Over 3,400 visitors from more than 23 nations gave the 92th Officers’ Ball in the festively decorated Hofburg in Vienna the honor. Different uniforms, colorful balloons and magnificent flower decorations made the 23 ballrooms shine in the year of the 300th birthday of emperors Maria Theresia.
In addition, the opening: ...

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Thanks for your visit 2018

Thanks for your visit 2018

We would like to thank more than 3,400 national and international guests from 23 countries for a wonderful night at the ball.

Thank you for starting spirited with us together, true to the motto of the ball „Res publica – one hundred years full of events“, into the year 2018.
We salute ...

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Young Ladies’ and Gentlemen’s Committee

Young Ladies’ and Gentlemen’s Committee

First rehearsal for the opening of the Officers’ Ball by the Young Ladies’ and Young Gentlemen’s Committee. 84 couples rehearsed the first steps of the choreography in Maria Theresien Kaserne in Vienna under the direction of director Rudolf Peschke of the dance school ...

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The Officers’ Ball 2018 – Trailer

On 19 January 2018, we are ready in the Hofburg to be able to enjoy an unforgettable ball experience with you as our guests under the motto “Res Publica”.

The last preparations are running. Let yourself be captivated ...

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Pre-ordering system Gerstner-Catering!

Pre-ordering system Gerstner-Catering!

Use the exclusive pre-ordering system of our cateringpartner, Gerstner for the Officer’s Ball 2018!

 The advantage of the pre-ordering system is that there are no waiting times for the pre-ordered items at the tables and in the boxes, and they are, for example, at the opening or at midnight ...

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„Res publica – one hundred years full of events“

„Res publica – one hundred years full of events“

The year 1918 is of particular relevance in Austrian history marking the end of both World War
I and the Austro-Hungarian monarchy, as well as the beginning of the Republic – later termed
the First Republic. A grand event, such as the Officers› Ball, invariably should be celebrated and
especially ...

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