Often when you visit a historic site, the furnishings are reproductions. Not the case at Schönbrunn Palace. Almost everything in the interior was commissioned by the Habsburgs and positioned as they were when abandoned in 1918. Among the priceless collection are silk wall hangings and tapestries, Asian porcelain, portraits and landscape paintings, Rococo furnishings, lantern bearers, vivid carpets plus family heirlooms and collectables. This is the Children’s Room. On the wall are portraits of some of Maria Theresa’s eleven daughters. She also gave birth to five sons.