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The Imperial Treasury Vienna is a museum located in the Hofburg Palace complex in Vienna, Austria. The museum houses one of the most important collections of treasures in the world, with items dating back to the Middle Ages. The collection includes the Austrian Imperial Crown, the Holy Roman Emperor's Crown, the Imperial Scepter, and the Imperial Sword.

Visitors to the museum can also see the treasures of the Habsburgs, including items of religious and secular art, objects of everyday life, and precious jewels. Some of the most notable objects in the collection include the Agate Bowl, a gift from the Roman Emperor Augustus to King Herod, the Reliquary Cross of Emperor Henry II, and the Holy Lance, which is said to have pierced the side of Jesus on the cross.

The Imperial Treasury Vienna also contains the largest emerald in the world, the Emperor Maximilian Diamond, and one of the largest cut diamonds in the world, the Florentine Diamond. Visitors can also see the crown jewels of the Holy Roman Empire, which were worn by the Emperors at their coronations, as well as various other objects that reflect the power and wealth of the Habsburgs.

The museum is open to the public and is a popular attraction in Vienna, drawing visitors from around the world who come to see the exquisite collection of treasures housed there.