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Kilise
“Catacombs beneath St.Stephen'S Cathedral. Vienna’s Stephansdom Cathedral is home to altars, organs, statues, relics, and all the other accumulated treasures of an ancient cathedral. It also houses around 11,000 “bodies”, all sleeping the endless sleep below the building. Luckily (?) for us, you can see quite a few of them on the catacombs tour.”
  • Yerel halktan 147 kişi öneriyor
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Kilise
“A very beautiful church situated in a lovely park. There is also some live-musik now and then. Easy and fast to get there with the 71 tram.”
  • Yerel halktan 36 kişi öneriyor
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Kilise
“Construction on the Votiv Church, designed in the neo-gothic style by Heinrich Ferstel, began in 1856. It was inaugurated in 1879 to commemorate the silver anniversary of Emperor Franz Joseph and Empress Sisi. At 99 meters, it is Vienna´s second tallest church after St. Stephen´s. - (U2 Schottentor)”
  • Yerel halktan 35 kişi öneriyor
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Kilise
“Baroque designed church in Vienna. An elevator goes up to the dome so that visitors can get a close look at the famous Rottmayr frescoes.”
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Mezarlık
“When Vienna grew into a city of more than one million inhabitants, the old cemeteries of the various districts became to small. To accommodate the growing capital, the Central Cemetery, with an area of about 495 acres, was opened in 1874.”
  • Yerel halktan 27 kişi öneriyor
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Kilise
“Otto Wagner's architectural masterpiece is the first modern church in Europe and a jewel of the Viennese Art Nouveau.”
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Kilise
“Modeled on St. Peter's in Rome, the Collegial and Parish Church of St. Peter (Peterskirche) is built on a site originally occupied by a Roman church and later by one founded by Charlemagne in 792 AD. The present edifice was built in the 18th century and boasts a massive dome with a superb fresco and many artistic treasures. Other highlights include the Barbara Chapel with its magnificent portal, and in which Franz Karl Remp's Decollation of St. Barbara is found, and the choir with its High Altar and painting of the Immaculate Conception. Also of note is the nearby Plague Pillar, a 21-meter-tall Baroque pillar built to commemorate the end of the devastating plague of 1679 that cost at least 75,000 Viennese their lives. Also of interest is the nearby Abbey of the Scots (Schottenstift), built in the 12th century and extensively renovated and enlarged since. Its school included Johann Strauss and Austria's last emperor, Charles I, among its pupils, while its fine collection of artwork includes pieces from the 16th to 19th centuries.”
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Kilise
“Unique art nouveau church with stunning golden dome and views of the city. The adjoining park is one of the nicest in the city.”
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Kilise
“one of the best Christmas markets on a bigger scale. You’ll absolutely love it! ”
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Mezarlık
“The cemetery of St. Marx is a former Biedermeier-Cemetery turned into a park and the place where Mozart rests in peace. ! Der St. Marxer Friedhof ist ein ehemaliger Biedermeier-Friedhof und jetzt eine Parkanlage, wo Mozart begraben liegt. ! St. Marxer Friedhof/Cintorín sv. Marxa bol pôvodne cintorín v štýle Biedermeier a v súčasnosti je to park, kde je pochovaný Mozart.”
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Kilise
“Church build by Wotruba. The church startles at first glance, resembling more an enlarged piece of abstract sculpture. It provides visitors with the unique opportunity to enter into an art form more often viewed on a much smaller scale. plus: great view over the city!”
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Kilise
“Not my favorite church in Vienna but worth a look as it is just around the corner. ”
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Kilise
“Vienna's spectacular onion-domed Russian Orthodox church adjacent to Russia's embassy”
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Mezarlık
“This is Gersthof Station- here you find different trams to take you to the center or to Westbahnhof. And you also find bus 40A and Schnellbahn S45 - both take you to Schönbrunncastle.”
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Kilise
“St. Michael's is famous for its Michaelergruft, a large crypt located underneath the church. Aristocrats were able to access their family crypts through marble slabs marked with their coats of arms in the church floor. The coffin of a deceased member of the family could then be lowered directly into the crypt via these marble slabs. Due to the special climatic conditions and constant temperature in the crypt, more than 4000 corpses were kept well preserved. Hundreds of mummified corpses, some still in burial finery or with a wig, are on display, some in open coffins, adorned with flowers or skulls, others decorated with Baroque paintings or with vanitas symbols. The most famous among them is Pietro Metastasio (1698–1782), the most famous writer of opera librettos of the baroque era.”
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