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Religious places Vienna | Religious places in Vienna - churches, monastir, synagogs, mosque
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Religious places Vienna

St. Stephen's Cathedral Vienna

St. Stephen's Cathedral

The symbol of Vienna and Austria's most important gothic building holds a series of artistic treasures, some of which can be viewed on a tour: e.g., the tomb of Emperor Friedrich III, the Vienna Neustadt altar, the catac...
St. Charles' Church Vienna

St. Charles' Church

The striking sacred building, with its powerful dome, is one of the most important baroque structures in Vienna. An elevator goes up to the dome so that visitors can get a close look at the famous Rottmayr frescoes.
Steinhof Church Vienna

Steinhof Church

Otto Wagner's architectonic masterpiece is the first modern church in Europe and a jewel of the Viennese art nouveau.
St. Michael's Church Vienna

St. Michael's Church

Not long after Mozart's death, his "Requiem" was first performed in this church. Today, the church is visited mostly for its interesting catacombs-due to the unusual environment, bodies don't decompose in it. From 1631 t...
Klosterneuburg Abbey Vienna

Klosterneuburg Abbey

Not far from Vienna, one finds the 900-year-old Klosterneuburg Abbey with its sacred art treasures, including the "Verdun Altar" and an impressive view of baroque splendor. Visit the famous "Verdun Altar," the best prese...
Church of the Most Holy Trinity Vienna

Church of the Most Holy Trinity

Designed by Fritz WotrubaThe church on St. George's Hill at the edge of the Vienna Woods was the only architectural work by the famous Austrian sculptor Fritz Wotruba (1907-1975); it was built from 1974 to 1976.
Church of the Augustinian Friars Vienna

Church of the Augustinian Friars

In the former Court Church – today highly considered because of its church music – the 1854 wedding of Emperor Franz Joseph and his Sisi took place. Today, one regularly hears the great masses by Mozart, Haydn and Schube...

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Travel guide Vienna

Vienna (German: Wien, Austro-Bavarian: Wean) is the capital of the Republic of Austria and by far the largest city in Austria with its population of more than 1.7 million. Vienna hosted the Habsbur...

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