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Pass By: The Hofburg, Michaelerkuppel, Vienna 1010 Austria
The Hofburg was from the 13th Century to 1918 the residence of the Habsburgs. Since the end of 1946, it has been the official seat of the Austrian Federal Presi- dent.
Pass By: Osterreichisches Parlament, Dr.-Karl-Renner-Ring 3, Vienna 1010 Austria
Was built from 1874 to 1883 according to a design by Theophil von Hansen for the Reichsrat of the kingdoms and states represented in the Reichsrat, now also called Old Austria; the architect was oriented towards ancient Greek architec- ture.
Pass By: Burgtheater, Universitaetsring 2, Vienna 1010 Austria
Opened in 1888, It is considered one of the most important stages in Europe, After this was completely burned out in 1945 as a result of bombing attacks, reopening on the 14th. October 1955, in 1944, the Burgtheater also had to be closed due to the arranged general theater closure. From 1. April 1945, when the Red Army approached Vienna, a military unit was stored in the house, part was used as a weapons warehouse.
Pass By: Rathaus, Friedrich-Schmidt-Platz 1, Vienna 1010 Austria
The Vienna City Hall was built from 1872 to 1883 and is one of many historic build- ings that were built along the Ringstraße at that time. The town hall facade is an outstanding example of a civil extension of neo-Gothic. The exterior, especially the 98 m high tower On the top stands the town hall man, a 5.4 m high, With the statue and its base, the tower is 103.3 m high and is therefore one of the tallest buildings in Vienna.
Pass By: Votivkirche, Rooseveltplatz, Vienna 1090 Austria
One of the most important neo-Gothic sacred buildings in the world, with a height of 99 meters, the Votivkirche is the second highest church in Vienna. The church was to be built as a votive gift (thank you) of the peoples of the monarchy for the salva- tion of Franz Joseph.
Pass By: Minoritenkirche, Minoritenplatz 2A A-1010, Vienna 1010 Austria
Italian National Church Maria Schnee) is a Roman Catholic Hall Church, It was one of the first Gothic churches in eastern Austria. A mosaic copy of Leonardo da Vinci's Last Supper also came to the church. It had been commissioned by Napoleon from Giacomo Raffaelli.
Pass By: Wiener Staatsoper, Opernring 2, Vienna 1010 Austria
The 1,709-seat Renaissance Revival venue was the first major building on the Vienna Ring Road. It was built from 1861 to 1869 . The building is also the home of the Vienna State Ballet, and it hosts the annual Vienna Opera Ball during the carnival season.
Pass By: Albertinaplatz 1, Vienna 1010 Austria
The museum is housed in the Palais Erzherzog Albrecht, a historic residence of the Habsburgs. The name Albertina refers to Albert Casimir Duke of Saxe-Cieszyn, son-in-law of Empress Maria Theresa, who founded the collection in Bratislava in 1776, where he resided as a representative of Maria Theresa for the Kingdom of Hungary.
Pass By: Karlsplatz, Wien, Austria
Is a Roman Catholic church in the 4th century. Karlskirche are accessible via a panoramic elevator, s it’s one of the most important baroque church buildings north of the Alps and one of the symbols of Vienna
Pass By: Maria Theresien Square, Burgring 5, Vienna 1010 Austria
It is framed by the largest two historical museum buildings in the city, the former court museums Kunsthistorisches Museum and Naturhistorisches Museum. In the middle of the square is the Maria There- sien monument, the largest Habsburg monument in Vienna.
Pass By: Spanish Riding School, Michaelerplatz 1 Unter der Michaelerkuppel, Vienna 1010 Austria
Is a riding institution, first mention 1565, Only Lipizzaner stallions trained at the Spanish Riding School. By the legend school have to have one brown horse as long as there is one brown, the Spanish Riding School exists.
Pass By: Michaelerplatz, Vienna Austria
The square bears its name about 1850 after the parish church of St. Michael, n 1927, the first roundabout in Vienna was established on Michaelerplatz. The center of Michaelerplatz has been determined since 1991 by exposed archaeological excavations.
Pass By: Vienna University of Economics and Business, Welthandelsplatz 1, Vienna 1020 Austria
Largest university in Austria and in the German-speaking area and one of the largest in Europe with around 90,000 students and about 9,800 employees. Founded in 1365, it is the oldest university in today's German-speaking area and the third oldest in Central Europe.
Pass By: Sigmund-Freud-Park, Universitatsstrasse Alservorstadt, Vienna 1090 Austria
In 1984, the green areas around the church were named in "Votivpark", the green areas towards the ring after Sigmund Freud.
Pass By: Am Hof, Vienna Austria
Is one of the historically most important squares in downtown Vienna, The square Am Hof was already part of the Roman army camp Vindobona and was uninhabit- ed in the early Middle Ages. The most remarkable building is Kirche am Hof the church at the court, to the nine choirs of the angels.
Pass By: Kirche am Hof, Schulhof 1, Vienna 1010 Austria
Between 1386 and 1403, the Carmelites built a three-nave Gothic hall church instead of the previous Romanesque court chapel. As builders of the church, Lucas Schwendtner from Magdeburg, Andreas the cellar master and builders with the white brothers at the court, maths of the Helbling, master Simon the stonemason are handed down. Andreas the cellar master is described by Perger/Brauneis more closely than Andreas Schuestl from the Petersfreythof.
Pass By: St. Michael's Church, Michaelerplatz 4-5, Vienna 1010 Austria
Is one of the oldest churches in Vienna, Austria, and also one of its few remaining Romanesque buildings. Dedicated to the Archangel Michael. The Church is famous for its Michaelergruft, a large crypt located underneath the church.
Pass By: State Hall of the Austrian National Library, Josefsplatz 1, Vienna 1010 Austria
Establishment 1368 (as imperial court library) Stock 12,229,285, of which over 3.9 million are books As a national library, it collects, among other things, the compul- sory copies of all printed works published or produced in Austria.
Pass By: Denkmal Furst zu Schwarzenberg, Schwarzenbergplatz 17, Vienna 1010 Austria
In the 19th century, most of the area of today's Schwarzenbergplatz was occupied by the Glacis in front of the Vienna city wall. Emperor Franz Joseph I decided to have a monument to the general Karl Philipp Schwarzenberg, who was victorious in the Battle of Leipzig in 1813.
Pass By: Otto Wagner Pavillon Karlsplatz, Karlsplatz, Vienna 1040 Austria
Former light rail pavilions on Karlsplatz, built in 1898 as a light rail station Karl- splatz according to the design of Otto Wagner, Wagner designed two identically designed portal buildings. Wagner's design was revolutionary: The many deco- rative details make the station a prime example of Viennese Art Nouveau.
Pass By: Akademie der bildenden Kunste, Schillerplatz 3, Vienna 1010 Austria
Is a state art academy in Vienna and one of the oldest art academies in Europe. Was founded in 1692, as a private academy modelled on the Accademia di San Luca and the Parisien Académie de peinture et de sculpture by the court-painter Peter Strudel.
Pass By: Mozart Monument, Josefsplatz 1, 1010 Wien, Austria
The Mozart monument in honor of the composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756–1791) in Vienna has been located in the Burggarten in the 1st century since 1953. Inner City District. The monument is located directly at the entrance opposite Eschenbachgasse and can be seen well from the Burgring.
The 7.5 meter high monument was created by the architect Karl König (1841–1915) and the sculptor Viktor Tilgner (1844–1896) and on the 21st April 1896, five days after Tilgner's death, unveiled on Albrechtsplatz (today Albertinaplatz). Viktor Tilgner's signature was supplemented by the date of death of the artist.
Pass By: Secession Building (Secessionsgebaude), Friedrichstrasse 12, Vienna 1010 Austria
The Vienna Secession, precisely association of visual artists of Austria, is an association of visual artists in Vienna from the time of the Fin de siècle. The Viennese variant of Art Nouveau is also derived from this as Secession Style or Viennese Art Nouveau.
Pass By: Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna, Maria-Theresien-Platz, Vienna 1010 Austria
The Kunsthistorisches Museum (KHM) is an art museum in the Austrian capital Vienna. It is one of the largest and most important museums in the world. It was opened in 1891 and in 2018 from approx. 1.75 million people visited.
Pass By: Natural History Museum (Naturhistorisches Museum), Burgring 7 Maria Theresien Platz, Vienna 1010 Austria
The Natural History Museum Vienna is a large natural history museum located in Vienna, Austria. It is one of the most important natural history museums worldwide.
The NHM Vienna is one of the largest museums and non-university research institutions in Austria and an important center of excellence for all matters relating to natural sciences. The museum's 39 exhibition rooms cover 8,460 square meters and present more than 100,000 objects. It is home to 30 million objects available to more than 60 scientists and numerous guest researchers who carry out basic research in a wide range of topics related to human sciences, earth sciences, and life sciences.
Pass By: Heldendenkmal der Roten Armee, Schwarzenbergplatz, Vienna Austria
The hero monument of the Red Army (also Russian monument, liberation monument, victory monument, but also pea monument) on Wiener Schwarzenbergplatz was built in 1945 in memory of around 17,000 soldiers of the Red Army who died at the Battle of Vienna towards the end of the Second World War.
Pass By: MuseumsQuartier Wien, Museumsplatz 1, Vienna 1070 Austria
The MuseumsQuartier, MQ for short, is an area in the 7th century. Vienna municipal district, new building, near the center of the city. The offer ranges from visual and performing arts, architecture, music, fashion, theater, dance, literature and children's culture to the new media. At the time of its completion, it was the eighth largest cultural area in the world. Prominent components are the Mumok, the Leopold Museum and the Kunsthalle Wien.
Pass By: Volksgarten, Burgring 1, Vienna 1010 Austria
The Volksgarten is located on an area where previously there were primarily fortifications. From 1596 to 1597, a kurdine was built on the eastern side of today's park, on the southern 1639 the castle hill. This was blown up by the French in 1809 and later removed.
Pass By: Burggarten, Vienna Austria
The suburb of the Widmertor was originally located on the site, since the 16th century it was part of the Glacis in front of the Vienna city wall. From 1637 onwards, the Augustinian ski jump lay there. After the Augustinian ski jump and Augustinian basty were blown up by the French in 1809, only the bastion was rebuilt. In 1817-1821, the hornworks curator was moved further outwards. The Kaisergarten, originally Hofgarten, was then created on the newly created site behind the Augustinian Bastion.
Pass By: Musikvereinsplatz, 1010 Wien, Austria
The Wiener Musikverein (or the Haus des Wiener Musikvereins) is a concert hall rich in tradition in Vienna. In this house you will find the famous Great (Golden) Musikvereinssaal, which is considered one of the most beautiful and acoustically best halls in the world. The Musikverein is located in the 1st Vienna municipal district, inner city, on Musikvereinsplatz.
Pass By: Albertina Modern, Karlsplatz 5, Vienna 1010 Austria
The Albertina modern is a museum of contemporary art, which was the second location of the Viennese Albertina on the 27th. May 2020 at theKünstlerhaus Vienna. With over 60,000 works by 5,000 artists, it is one of the great museums for contemporary art.
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