The winner of our 'Hidden Vienna' photo competition
The Local · 6 May 2016, 11:19
Published: 06 May 2016 11:19 GMT+02:00
The Local Austria and Visual Hub are delighted to announce we have a winner for our Hidden Vienna photo competition.
The winning shot chosen by Visual Hub’s photography experts was taken by Melinda Szente of a picturesque cobbled street in Vienna. See all of winner Melinda's photos here.
The runner-up place went to Julia for her picture of graffiti on a building in the city.
See all of Melinda’s photos and the runner-up shot in our Hidden Vienna photo gallery here.
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