Erected in 1603 the outside facade of this Roman Catholic Church is Renaissance in style, however, inside you will find the ... More
Erected in 1603 the outside facade of this Roman Catholic Church is Renaissance in style, however, inside you will find the structure is decidedly Baroque. The high altar was designed by Andrea Pozzo in 1707 and depicts the Virgin Mary in a quite vivid and animated style lending her an almost theatrical presence. The church also boasts the oldest organ in Vienna which was designed by Johann Wockerl in 1642-you will walk away amazed by the beauty of the angels and other religious paintings it embellishes.
Absolutely gorgeous. You don't have the crowds like St. Stephen's so you get a feel for the sacred AND the historic. An intimate church - so the splendor is the quality not the overwhelming size. Seems very well cared for and loved.
Originally built in 1620, this Baroque styled Roman Catholic Church is certainly one of Vienna's most ornate in decor. In
the early 1700's the Italian architect, Andrea Pozzo, redesigned the church and sculpted it into what you can see ...
The Hauptallee, situated between Praterstern and the Lusthaus, is the ideal place for a jog. It is also part of
the Vienna Marathon course which takes place every May. If you prefer running through the countryside, you only have ...
Ornately decorated on its interior, the Capuchine Order has provided an impressive and interesting attraction for sightseers, but even more
fascinating is the crypt located below the church. Here are the vaults of the Kaisergruft, or the imperial crypts, ...
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