You can see the golden dome of the Secesssion light up the Vienna sky-line from far away. The museum, which was built to accommodate one of the city’s most prolific art movements, is a sight in itself. But once you step into this temple of culture, the fingerprints of Klimt, Moser and Hoffmann are even more obvious. The exhibition space abides by the Seccession’s vision of uniting different kind of art, including architecture, and thus offers visitors the chance to see the works of Vienna’s Art Nouveau in a suitable setting. The Seccession is the world’s oldest independent gallery solely dedicated to displaying contemporary art.