Very interesting architecture, in true secession style. Quite lovely and unique, worth checking out since it's easy to be found.
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If you like the seccession as an art, than this pavillon is a very good exemple of it. Unfortunately there is not much to see, just walk around. You will love it.
Located at Karlsplatz are two iconic Art Nouveau structures designed by architect Otto Wagner. Once used for the Stadtbahn, these beautiful buildings are worth your attention while visiting Vienna. One building is now used by the Vienna museum as an exposition center, the other houses...More
Karlsplatz Pavillon is a breathtaking jewel of Viennese Art Nouveau. It is one of the most photographed tourist attractions in Vienna. A Must See and Must Visit!
Very beautiful building, but the "exposition" inside is not worth the 5 euros, which would be better spent to visit the Secession Building or the Kirche am Steinhof.
This is a lovely little interesting site housed in a splendid old station. The museum detail's the history of this fantastic art nouveau building and of similar building's and also give's you an insight into the great man himself. There is another station building opposite...More
I've been a fan of Art Nouveau for years, and was quite pleased to come across so much of it in Vienna. The architect Otto Wagner had a lot to do with that, and there are many of his buildings scattered through the city. The...More
Worth stopping by on your way between the museums and other attractions. This short visit will give you a great picture about Otto Wagner and his achievements. Nice construction itself this former station and you will find descriptions about other buildings, as well, inside. There...More
For fans of Art nouveau architecture this is a little gem. The museum inside tells you more about Otto Wagner and the Pavillion itself is lovely to look at.