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The so-called Apothekertrakt (eng. Apothecary Wing) of Schönbrunn Palace was built in the course of the conversion from a hunting lodge to a residential palace shortly after the middle of the 18th century.
This extension of the palace complex were planned as a summer residence for Maria Theresia and including the construction of further outbuildings towards Meidling and Hietzing in order to ensure the provisioning of the entire court household.
In general, the court pharmacy was not only to supply the imperial family, but also to ensure the free dispensing of medicines for court servants. The operation of the pharmacy at Schönbrunn was maintained after the monarchy until 1976 in the pharmacy wing that gave it its name, which forms the eastern end of the Meidling side buildings.