Another breathtaking church in Vienna. IT almost looked closed from the outside because of construction but we found the entrance. Stunning inside. So beautiful.
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This is a small church built following the failed assassination of Emperor Franz Joseph from donations. Shame that there was scaffolding at the time of our visit but that was only outside. Inside, the stained glass windows are stunning - very vibrant colours and there...More
This is a very impressive church, lovely stained glass windows, worth visiting just for these, high ceilings, excellent architecture. Nice park opposite with free deckchairs for a picnic.
For some reason the architecture of this 1879 church just off the Ringstrasse made a great impression upon me when I first visited there in 2005. It has the most impressive twin towers which dominate the skyline. I had not returned on a couple of...More
Although the building is closed it is still well worth strolling over to take a closer look at the very attractive lacy steeples, spires and hanging buttresses. I do not know when restoration will be completed - so will visit when I am in Vienna...More
A little off the path. Not quite as overwhelming as St stephens. No crowds. Well worth the visit. I did get a kick out of the vending machine right in the middle of the nave. The stained glass are great. Also a great light fixture....More
We enjoyed seeing the huge spires of this very impressive church against the blue sky from our nearby hotel window and most certainly enjoyed looking around both the interior and the exterior of it. It is a great neo-Gothic construction with the form of a...More
Outside it is a little untidy , unlike much of vienna but there is construction work underway. inside it is another impressive churchthat came about because of the attempted assassination of Emporer Franz Joseph.His brother Archduke Maximilain started the cgurch in 1853 to thank God...More