Austria has immigrants like a lot of European nations, a lot of Turkish people just like next door neighbour Germany. I like to see a mixture of different nations in my neighbourhood, but I am uncomfortable with rushed unvetted immigration which can and has been catastrophic to any country.
This busy market has Russians with grocery items popular with the ex-Soviet nations.
This stand had middle east spices from an Egyptian family who were running it. I ask if they had some Ras el hanout spice mix so I could make some more Taboule (popular Arabic dish) when I got home. After some chatting to other men, they came up with the exact ingredient for 2 euros.
This is a Indian convience store, I think the people are Catholic but love this proudly displayed picture of Christ and scripture in German in their store.
1. Around city centre of Vienna Austria – 2. The Jews of Vienna Austria – 3. Multiculturalism in Vienna Austria