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The Secession Building in Vienna, constructed 1897-98, was meant to be an "architectural manifesto" and exhibit hall for the Secession artists of Vienna (painters, architects, and sculptors who had rejected the conservatism of the prevailing artistic establishment). Secession style became a branch of Jugendstil (Art Nouveau).
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