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A city tram stop, designed by Otto Wagner.
A city tram stop, designed by Otto Wagner. It is a good example of functional turn of the century architecture. Ornate, yet useful. Wagner was one of the most influential architects in Vienna and his style was widely copied.
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Largest Baroque cathedral north of the Alps, designed by the famous architect Bernhard Fischer von Erlach
Probably the most-beloved symbol of Viennese arts, and one of the first buildings to be rebuilt in the postwar era
This is arelatively new and special museum
Architect Josef Maria Olbrich built this Jugendstil (German-style Art Nouveau) building 1897-98 as a display space for artists working in the new Secession artistic movement
A cinema for showing specially curated films and retrospective
Notable mainly as the site of the Kaisergruft, a mausoleum housing the tombs of generations of Habsburg royalty
Yet another example of the gruesome divide-and-conquer burial strategy of the Habsburg dynasty
The Albertina is the largest Habsburg residential palace and a popular art gallery in Vienna, with over 50,000 drawings and one million prints dating from Late Gothic to contemporary