100 Sights in Vienna, Austria (with Map and Images)

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1. Christoph Willibald Gluck (grave)

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Christoph Willibald Gluck (grave) Joseph-Siffred Duplessis / Public domain

Christoph Willibald Gluck was a composer of Italian and French opera in the early classical period. Born in the Upper Palatinate and raised in Bohemia, both part of the Holy Roman Empire, he gained prominence at the Habsburg court at Vienna. There he brought about the practical reform of opera's dramaturgical practices for which many intellectuals had been campaigning. With a series of radical new works in the 1760s, among them Orfeo ed Euridice and Alceste, he broke the stranglehold that Metastasian opera seria had enjoyed for much of the century. Gluck introduced more drama by using orchestral recitative and cutting the usually long da capo aria. His later operas have half the length of a typical baroque opera. Mozart, Berlioz and Wagner revered Gluck very highly.

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2. Pfarrkirche Neusimmering

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The Roman Catholic Neusimmeringen parish church is located in the 11th district of Vienna Simmering on Enkplatz and is a listed building. It was built from 1907 to 1910 according to designs by the architect Hans (Johann) Schneider in the Neo-Romanesque style and is dedicated to Mary, Immaculate Conception. The parish of Neusimmering, which belongs to the parish church, is located in the city deanery 11 of the Vicariate of Vienna City, which belongs to the Archdiocese of Vienna. On 1 April 2018, the parish of Neusimmering was merged with the parishes of Hasenleiten and St. Lukas to form the parish of Zur Göttlichen Liebe. Since then, the parish church of Neusimmering has been the parish church of the parish of Zur Göttlichen Liebe.

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3. Mahnmal Aspangbahnhof

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The Aspangbahnhof memorial was opened in Vienna in September 2017 – 75 years after the last deportations from this station in the east of the city. It commemorates people who were deported from Vienna by the National Socialist rulers between 1939 and 1942. It is located on the territory of the former Aspangbahnhof in Wien-Landstraße, the third district of Vienna. On February 1, 1941, the Head of the Vienna Gestapo, Karl Ebner, announced the first 13 instructions for the deportation of the Jewish population of Vienna to the director of the Kultusgemeinde. From this station, 47,035 people were deported to the concentration camps and extermination camps in Eastern Europe. Only 1073 people survived these death trains.

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4. Augartenpalais

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Palais Augarten is a Baroque palace in the district of Leopoldstadt, Vienna, Austria. Constructed in the late seventeenth century by Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach on the site of a hunting château and gardens, the palace and gardens were expanded in the nineteenth century under Emperor Franz Joseph I of Austria. Despite extensive damage suffered during World War II, the palace has been maintained almost in its original appearance, and many of the original furnishings can still be found there. Today, Palais Augarten is the home and rehearsal space of the Vienna Boys' Choir, who also have their own school there. The palace is located in the 130-acre Augarten park, which is the oldest Baroque garden in Vienna.

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5. Palais Liechtenstein (Gartenpalais)

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Liechtenstein Garden Palace is a Baroque palace located in Fürstengasse in the 9th century. Alsergrund, Vienna District. There is a park between the palace, which until the end of 2011 was the site of the Liechtenstein Museum, and the Summer Palace in Alserbachstraße. Since the beginning of 2012, Liechtenstein Garden Palace has been the venue for holding activities. Part of the Prince of Liechtenstein's private art collection is still in the palace's gallery. In 2010, in order to avoid future confusion, the palace was officially named "Garden Palace", because by 2013, Liechtenstein Stadtpalais, located in the old city of Vienna, had been renovated and equipped with a part of Liechtenstein art collection.

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6. Ignaz Semmelweis

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Ignaz Semmelweis Jenő Doby / Public domain

Ignaz Philipp Semmelweis was a Hungarian physician and scientist, now known as an early pioneer of antiseptic procedures. Described as the "saviour of mothers", Semmelweis discovered that the incidence of puerperal fever could be drastically cut by the use of hand disinfection in obstetrical clinics. Puerperal fever was common in mid-19th-century hospitals and often fatal. Semmelweis proposed the practice of washing hands with chlorinated lime solutions in 1847 while working in Vienna General Hospital's First Obstetrical Clinic, where doctors' wards had three times the mortality of midwives' wards. He published a book of his findings in Etiology, Concept and Prophylaxis of Childbed Fever.

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7. Kongresspark

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The congress park is a 61,000 m² public park in Ottakring in the western Vienna, on the district border with Hernals. He was created in 1927/28 on a former sandwit and landfill according to plans by the architect Erich Franz Leischner and is to be understood in the ensemble with the neighboring municipal residential complexes of the 1920s. At the same time as the park, the congress pool, which was subsequently, was built. The extensive congress park with its extensive play opportunities for children plays an important role in the still populated outer west of the Vienna core city for leisure activities and also attracts visitors from other parts of the 16th and 17th districts.

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8. Neufünfhauser Pfarr- und Gedächtniskirche Christus König

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The Christkönigskirche, also referred to as Seipelfuß-Memorstniskirche, is a Roman Catholic branch church in the 15th Vienna district of Rudolfsheim-Fünfhaus. The project for the construction of the Christkönigskirche on the Schmelz dates from 1933. In contrast to the monumental planned places of worship at this building site, the realized church is a modest building. The parish of Neuffünfhaus was merged with the parishes Rudolfsheim and Schönbrunn-Vork to the parish of Hildegard Burjan on January 1, 2017. The parish church of Neufünfhaus has been a branch church of the Hildegard Burjan parish since then.

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9. Esperantomuseum

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Esperantomuseum Österreichische Nationalbibliothek / Public domain

The Esperanto Museum and Collection of Planned Languages, commonly known as the Esperanto Museum, is a museum for Esperanto and other constructed languages in Vienna, Austria. It was founded in 1927 by Hofrat Hugo Steiner and was incorporated into the Austrian National Library as an independent collection in 1928. Today, it is a museum, library, documentation center, and archive. It accommodates the largest collection of constructed languages in the world and a linguistic research library for language planning. Its catalogue is available online.

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10. Franz-Marschner-Denkmal

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Franz-Marschner-Denkmal Der ursprünglich hochladende Benutzer war AxelHH in der Wikipedia auf Deutsch / Public domain

There are several Maschner monuments: the Maschner Monument in Hanover, created by sculptor Ferdinand Hatzer in 1877, is a statue of composer and Hanover's first musical director, Heinrich Maschner (1795-1861). Marschner Monument in Zittau, a bust of composer Heinrich Marschner created by sculptor Ferdinand Hartzer in 1888, born in Zittau Marschner Monument in Vienna, a stone tablet erected in Türkenschanzpark in Vienna in 1933 with reliefs created by sculptor Andreas Harsch for Austrian composer and writer Franz Ludwig Marschner (1855-1932)

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11. Unteres Belvedere

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The Belvedere is a historic building complex in Vienna, Austria, consisting of two Baroque palaces, the Orangery, and the Palace Stables. The buildings are set in a Baroque park landscape in the third district of the city, on the south-eastern edge of its centre. It houses the Belvedere museum. The grounds are set on a gentle gradient and include decorative tiered fountains and cascades, Baroque sculptures, and majestic wrought iron gates. The Baroque palace complex was built as a summer residence for Prince Eugene of Savoy.

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12. Spanische Hofreitschule

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Spanische Hofreitschule unbekannt. Marsupilami at de.wikipedia / Public domain

The Spanish Riding School is an Austrian institution dedicated to the preservation of classical dressage and the training of Lipizzaner horses, based in Vienna, Austria, whose performances in the Hofburg are also a tourist attraction. The leading horses and riders of the school also periodically tour and perform worldwide. It is one of the "Big Four", the most prestigious classical riding academies in the world, alongside the Cadre Noir, the Portuguese School of Equestrian Art, and the Royal Andalusian School.

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13. St. Peter und Paul

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Erdberg Parish Church is a Roman Catholic parish church in the Erdberg district of Vienna's 3rd district Landstraße. In the vernacular, the church is also called the parish church Alt-Erdberg for better differentiation from the parish church Neuerdberg. The parish is located in the Deanery 3 of the Vicariate of Vienna City, which belongs to the Archdiocese of Vienna. It was built between 1700 and 1723 in baroque-classicist style and is dedicated to Saints Peter and Paul. The building is a listed building.

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14. ehem. Pfarrkirche Liesing St. Servatius

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The parish church liesing is a Roman Catholic round church in the 23rd district of Vienna Liesing and is located at Färbermühlgasse 6. It is the largest church in the city deanery 23. Built from 1953 to 1955 according to plans by Robert Kramreiter, the building is dedicated to Mary, Mother of Divine Grace and the patron saint of the old church, Saint Servatius. The ringing of the parish church consists of four bells, which are located in the 38 meter high tower, which is located away from the church.

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15. Vuk Stefanović Karadžić

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Vuk Stefanović Karadžić was a Serbian philologist, anthropologist and linguist. He was one of the most important reformers of the modern Serbian language. For his collection and preservation of Serbian folktales, Encyclopædia Britannica labelled him "the father of Serbian folk-literature scholarship." He was also the author of the first Serbian dictionary in the new reformed language. In addition, he translated the New Testament into the reformed form of the Serbian spelling and language.

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16. Josef Joe Zawinul

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Josef Erich Zawinul was an Austrian jazz keyboardist and composer. First coming to prominence with saxophonist Cannonball Adderley, Zawinul went on to play with Miles Davis and to become one of the creators of jazz fusion, a musical genre that combined jazz with rock. He co-founded the groups Weather Report and The Zawinul Syndicate. He pioneered the use of electric piano and synthesizer, and was named "Best Electric Keyboardist" twenty-eight times by the readers of DownBeat magazine.

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17. Wienerberg

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Wienerg is 244 meters above sea level. A. Ridge on the southern edge of Vienna. The area is part of Favoriten, the most populous city, and has been home to the Wienerberg Recreation Area since an urban design competition in the 1980s, with a total area of 117 hectares, 90 hectares of which are protected and 16 hectares of water. The protected parts include a wide variety of animals and plants, including some species on the Red List, such as fire butterflies and European swamp turtles.

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18. Votivkirche

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The Votivkirche is a neo-Gothic style church located on the Ringstraße in Vienna, Austria. Following the attempted assassination of Emperor Franz Joseph in 1853, the Emperor's brother Archduke Ferdinand Maximilian inaugurated a campaign to create a church to thank God for saving the Emperor's life. Funds for construction were solicited from throughout the Empire. The church was dedicated in 1879 on the silver anniversary of Emperor Franz Joseph and his wife Empress Elisabeth.

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19. Hermesvilla

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Hermesvilla is a palace in the Lainzer Tiergarten in Vienna, a former hunting area for the Habsburg nobility. Emperor Franz Joseph I gave it to his wife Empress Elisabeth, and he called it the "castle of dreams.“ The name of the villa refers to a statue of Hermes made of white marble that is located in the garden of the villa. Today, the Hermesvilla is noted for its art and natural setting, and is used by the Vienna Museum for special exhibitions on cultural history.

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20. Alexandru Ioan Cuza

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Alexandru Ioan Cuza Carol Szathmari / Public domain

Alexandru Ioan Cuza was the first domnitor (Ruler) of the Romanian Principalities through his double election as prince of Moldavia on 5 January 1859 and prince of Wallachia on 24 January 1859, which resulted in the unification of both states. He was a prominent figure of the Revolution of 1848 in Moldavia. Following his double election, he initiated a series of reforms that contributed to the modernization of Romanian society and of state structures.

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21. Beethoven Pasqualatihaus

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The Pasqualati House, notable for being a residence of Ludwig van Beethoven, is located in the 1st district of Vienna's Inner City, on the corner of Mölker Bastei 8 and Schreyvogelgasse 16, in an exposed position on the ramp of the former town fortifications. The building, completed in 1797 and home to the composer on several occasions, houses a Beethoven museum in an apartment neighbouring the one he regularly occupied.

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22. Kaiser Franz Joseph I.

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Kaiser Franz Joseph I. Bain News Service, publisher / Public domain

Franz Joseph I or Francis Joseph I was Emperor of Austria, King of Hungary, and the other states of the Austro-Hungarian Empire from 2 December 1848 until his death. From 1 May 1850 to 24 August 1866 he was also President of the German Confederation. He was the longest-reigning ruler of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, as well as the longest-reigning emperor and sixth-longest-reigning monarch of any country in history.

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23. Österreichische Mediathek

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Österreichische Mediathek Gerhard Sedlaczek / CC BY-SA 3.0

The Österreichische Mediathek is the Austrian archive for sound recordings and videos on cultural and contemporary history. It was founded in 1960 as Österreichische Phonothek by the Ministry of Education and has been a branch of the Technisches Museum Wien since 2001. As video and sound archive, the Österreichische Mediathek is responsible for the preservation of the Austrian audio-visual cultural heritage.

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24. Joseph Wessely

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The Joseph Wessely Monument is located to the north of Linn é Square, next to the 19th-century University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences. Döbling, Vienna. This monument is the work of Rudolph Weil. It was built in memory of Joseph Wesley. Joseph Wesley is the dean of Brunson Forest College in Maria, Dean of Maria Brunson Forest College, Dean of Maria Brunson Forest College. It was unveiled in 1908.

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25. Pfarrkirche Mariabrunn

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The parish and pilgrimage church of Mariabrunn is a baroque Roman Catholic parish church in Hadersdorf, part of the 14th district of Penzing. The patronal feast is a Mariä Visitation and is celebrated on July 2nd. The church belongs to the city deanate 14 in the Vicariate Vienna City of the Archdiocese of Vienna. The church building is structurally connected to the former Mariabrunn monastery.

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26. Schottenkirche

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The Schottenkirche is a parish church in Vienna attached to the Schottenstift, founded by Hiberno (Irish)-Scots Benedictine monks in the 12th century. In 1418, the Duke Albert V of Austria transferred it to the German-speaking Benedictine monks from the Melk Abbey during the Melker Reform initiated after the Council of Constance. The church was elevated to the rank of Basilica Minor in 1958.

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27. Gallitzinberg

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The Gallitzinberg is a forested hill in the West of Austria's capital, Vienna. While it is relatively unconspicous in the broader context of the Northeastern end of the Wienerwald mountain range, it is nevertheless remarkable because of its multifaceted history, and because it functions as an important recreational area in the Western uphill part of the densely populated Ottakring district.

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28. Alois-Drasche-Park

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Alois-Drash Park is located in the 4th district. Wieden is a 1.6-hectare traffic-free park near Wiedner Gürtel, named after Alois Drasche, a fabric manufacturer and benefactor of Wiedner. The park is flanked by high-end apartment buildings with late historicism and separatism, which Felix Czeike and Friedrich Achleitner describe as apartment buildings of different architectural quality.

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29. Lucia Popp

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Lucia Popp was a Slovak operatic soprano. She began her career as a soubrette, and later moved into the light-lyric and lyric coloratura soprano repertoire and then the lighter Richard Strauss and Wagner operas. Her career included performances at Vienna State Opera, the Metropolitan Opera, Covent Garden, and La Scala. Popp was also a highly regarded recitalist and lieder singer.

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30. Pfarre St. Benedikt

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The Parish Church of St. Benedict am Leberberg was a Roman Catholic parish church in Leberberg in the 11th century. Simmering, Vienna. The diocese is located in the 11th District of Wienstadt Diocese, Archdiocese of Vienna. It was built in 1996 and 1997 and is dedicated to St. Benedict. At present, it is the youngest parish church in the Archdiocese of Vienna.

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31. Schweizertor

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The Hofburg is the former principal imperial palace of the Habsburg dynasty. Located in the centre of Vienna, it was built in the 13th century and expanded several times afterwards. It also served as the imperial winter residence, as Schönbrunn Palace was the summer residence. Since 1946 it is the official residence and workplace of the president of Austria.

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32. Werkbundsiedlung

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Werkbundsiedlung is a model residential development in the Lainz district of Vienna, built in 1932. Hietzing district, today mainly owned by the city government of Vienna. Thirty-one architects from Germany and abroad helped build the original 70 and now 64 single-family houses. When it opened, it was called "the largest architectural exhibition in Europe".

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33. Sigmund Freud Museum

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The Sigmund Freud Museum in Vienna is a museum founded in 1971 covering Sigmund Freud's life story. It is located in the Alsergrund district, at Berggasse 19. In 2003, the museum was put in the hands of the newly established Sigmund Freud Foundation, which has since received the entire building as an endowment. It also covers the history of psychoanalysis.

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34. Maria Hietzing

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The parish and pilgrimage church Maria Hietzing is a Roman Catholic parish church in the district of Hietzing in the 13th district of Vienna Hietzing. The parish is located in the Deanery 13 of the Vicariate of Vienna City, which belongs to the Archdiocese of Vienna. It is dedicated to the Feast of the Nativity of Mary. The building is a listed building.

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35. Klein-Maria-Taferl

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The parish church of Großjedlersdorf is a Roman Catholic parish church in the district part of Großjedlersdorf of the 21st Vienna municipal district of Floridsdorf. The parish is located in the city dean of the Vicariate Vienna City, which belongs to the Archdiocese of Vienna. It is consecrated to St. Karl Borromäus. The building is a listed building.

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36. Josefsbrunnen

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The Josefsbrunnen is a fountain on the west side of the plague column on the ditch in the 1st district of Vienna Inner city. The Leopoldsbrunnen with very similar architecture and building history (48 ° 13 ′ N, 16 ° 22 ′ o) is located on the left side of the plague column. Both summarized in the literature often referred to as a trench fountain.

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37. Kirche Maria vom Siege

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Kirche Maria vom Siege Wolfgang Glock / Public domain

The Church of Notre Dame Mary is a former Roman Catholic parish church located in Mariahilfer Gürtel (Mariahilfer Gürtel). Rudolfsheim-Fünfhaus district of Vienna, donated to Coptic Orthodox Church in 2015. The diocese of Fünfhaus was founded at the age of 30. The area was abolished on June 6, 2016 and incorporated into the Diocese of Reindorf.

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38. Otto Wagner Villa

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Villa Wagner I has been a villa building at Hüttelbergstrasse 26 in Hütteldorf, built from 1886 to 1888 according to plans by Otto Wagner, part of the 13th, part of the 14th Vienna municipal district, Penzing since 1890/1892. The villa is currently in possession of the heirs of the painter Ernst Fuchs and houses the Ernst Fuchs private museum.

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39. Pfarrkirche Neumargareten

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Notre Dame Mary Church is a Roman Catholic parish church, built in the 12th century. It is located in the Meidling district of Vienna, Flursch ü tzstraße 1. The location on the border of Margaret District is reflected in the name of Neumargareten Parish, which was formerly part of Margaret District and later became part of Meidling Parish.

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40. Ernst Fuchs Museum

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Ernst Fuchs was an Austrian painter, draftsman, printmaker, sculptor, architect, stage designer, composer, poet, and one of the founders of the Vienna School of Fantastic Realism. In 1972, he acquired the derelict Otto Wagner Villa in Hütteldorf, which he restored and transformed. The villa was inaugurated as the Ernst Fuchs Museum in 1988.

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41. Wagenburg

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Wagenburg Der ursprünglich hochladende Benutzer war Ivoy in der Wikipedia auf Deutsch
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The Royal Carriage Castle of Vienna is a museum located on the site of the Schönbrunn Palace in Vienna-Hizin, where the cars of Austrian royalty and famous nobles, especially Thurn and Taxi, can be found. The museum, a division of the Kunsthistorisches Museum, is one of the most important collections of palace luxury and practical vehicles.

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42. Die Macht zu Lande-Brunnen

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The power on land is a monumental wall fountain on the facade of the Michaelertract of the Hofburg on Michaelerplatz in the 1st district of Vienna Inner city. The fountain was designed by the sculptor Edmund von Hellmer, unveiled in 1897 and is under monument protection. On the opposite side of Michaelerplatz is the fountain power at sea.

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43. Hl. Franz von Assisi

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St. Francis of Assisi Church, also known as the Emperor's Jubilee Church and the Mexico Church, is a Basilica-style Catholic church in Vienna, Austria. Built between 1898 and 1910, it was consecrated in 1913. It is located on the Mexikoplatz in Vienna's Second District, Leopoldstadt, and is administered by the Order of the Holy Trinity.

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44. Pfarrkirche Mariä Himmelfahrt

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Pfarrkirche Mariä Himmelfahrt Anton-kurt / Public domain

The parish church of North Redand settlement is a Roman Catholic parish church in the district part of North Redandery of the 21st Vienna municipal district of Floridsdorf. The parish is located in the city dean of the Vicariate Vienna City, which belongs to the Archdiocese of Vienna. It is consecrated to the Festival Mary's Ascension.

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45. Wüstenhaus

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The Wüstenhaus Schönbrunn is a desert botanical exhibit in Vienna, Austria. It is located in the Sonnenuhrhaus, which was built in 1904 as the newest of the four botanical houses in Schönbrunn Palace Park. The desert exhibit opened in 2004 as a counterpart to the “Rainforest House” that opened in 2002 in the nearby Zoo Vienna.

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46. Belvedere 21

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The Belvedere 21 is a building that was built in 1958 as an Austrian pavilion for Expo 58 in Brussels and was used in Vienna from 1962 to 2001 as a museum of the 20th century or as a branch of the museum of modern art (Mumok). For this purpose, it was spent by Brussels to the Swiss garden in the 3rd district of Vienna, Landstrasse.

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47. Jubiläumswarte

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Jubileumswarte is an observation deck on Mount Gallitzinberg on the western outskirts of Vienna. It is located at 80 Johann-Staud-Straße in the 16th century Vogeltennwiese. Vienna Otak forest area is 449 meters above sea level. The observation deck at Jubiläumswarte is free to enter, but it is closed if there is ice or snow.

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48. Karl-Borromäus-Brunnen

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Karl-Borromeus-Brunnen is a historic fountain located in Karl-Borromeus-Platz in the 3rd century. Landstraße, municipal district of Vienna. It is a collaboration between sculptor Joseph Engelhardt and architect Jorge Plechnik. It is considered to be one of the few examples of free sculpture in the Art Nouveau period.

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49. Bestattungsmuseum

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The Bestattungsmuseum Wien is a museum in Vienna, Austria. With around 1000 exhibits, the Vienna Funeral Museum gives a comprehensive overview of funeral customs, burial rites, funerary art and the special Viennese perspective on death and provides information on the historical and current funeral services in Vienna.

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50. Staatsgründungsdenkmal

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The Founding Monument is a monument erected to commemorate the founding of the Austrian Republic in 1918 and its resurrection in 1945. It is located in the Schweizergarten in Vienna's 3rd district Landstraße and was erected on 25 October 1966. It is not to be confused with the Republic Monument on the Ringstrasse.

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51. St. Josef

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The Esslingen parish church is located in the centre of Essling, a district of Vienna in the 22nd district of Donaustadt. The Roman Catholic parish church dedicated to Saint Joseph of Nazareth belongs to the City Deanery 22 in the Vicariate Vienna City of the Archdiocese of Vienna. The church is a listed building.

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52. Globenmuseum

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The Globe Museum is a museum in the Palais Mollard, Vienna, Austria, part of the Austrian National Library. It was opened in 1956, and is the only public museum in the world devoted to globes, being three-dimensional models of Earth or other celestial bodies, or spherical representations of the celestial sphere.

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53. Palmenhaus

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The Palmenhaus Schönbrunn is a large greenhouse in Vienna, Austria featuring plants from around the world. It opened in 1882. It is the most prominent of the four greenhouses in Schönbrunn Palace Park, and is also among the largest botanical exhibits of its kind in the world, with around 4,500 plant species.

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54. Johannes-Nepomuk-Kapelle

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The Johannes-Nepomuk Chapel, also known as Schanzelkapelle, located at Obere Donaustraße in Wilhelm-Kienzl-Park, Vienna, was built for the priest and martyr Johannes Nepomuk and is now listed as a historical monument. The statue of the saint here is one of many statues depicting St. John Nebomuk in Vienna.

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55. St. Thekla

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Roman Catholic Piaristenkirche St. Thekla in Wiedner Hauptstraße 82 in the 4th century. Vieden District of Vienna is home to the Diocese of Santa Tekla, one of four dioceses in the newly formed Zur Frohen Message Diocese in 2017. This church is dedicated to Santa Tekla and is a protected monument.

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56. Bezirksmuseum Hietzing

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Bezirksmuseum Hietzing Anton-kurt / Public domain

The Hietzing District Museum is the district museum and local museum of the 13th Viennese municipal district of Hietzing. It is located in a former school building at the address in 2nd place. The construction shows the facade in the style of historicism, but goes back to the ground before 1680.

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57. St. Leopold

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The parish church of St. Leopold is a Roman Catholic parish church in the 2nd district of Leopoldstadt on Alexander-Poch-Platz 6. The parish is located in the Deanery 2/20 of Vienna City belonging to the Archdiocese of Vienna. It is consecrated to Holy Leopold. The building is a listed building.

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58. Schützenhaus

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The Kaiserbad Weir and Lock in Vienna are important monuments to the technical challenges of navigation on the Danube around 1900. The accompanying Schützenhaus is one of Otto Wagner's major works. Schützenhaus (list entry) and the lock as part of the Danube Canal (list entry) are protected.

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59. Gardekirche

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The Church of the Resurrected in memory of the crucified Savior is located in the 3rd century in Renweg 5a. Landstra ® e district, Vienna. Classical central architecture and rococo-style interior decoration of court are considered as one of the main works of architect Nicholas von Pacasi.

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60. Palais Ephrussi

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Palais Ephrussi is a former Ringstraßenpalais in Vienna. It was built for the Ephrussi family of financiers by Theophil Freiherr von Hansen, the architect of the Austrian Parliament Building. It is on the Ringstrasse, specifically the Universitätsring, opposite the Votivkirche.

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61. O'Brien-Denkmal

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The O’Brien monument is a monument in honor of the Major General Johann Freiherr von O’Brien. It was built in 1909 and is located opposite the overfuhrstraße 15–17 at the northern edge of the au park in the Black Lackenau near the border to the district part of Jedlesee.

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62. Rathausplatz

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The Rathausplatz is a square in Vienna, Austria. The Rathausplatz is in the Innere Stadt, near the new Rathaus, after which it is named. Because of its size, its design and the architecture of the surrounding buildings it is one of the most important squares in central Vienna.

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63. Wien Museum Karlsplatz

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Wien Museum Karlsplatz Clemens PFEIFFER, A-1190 Wien / Attribution

The Vienna Museum is a group of museums in Vienna consisting of the museums of the history of the city. In addition to the main building in Karlsplatz and the Hermesvilla, the group includes numerous specialised museums, musicians' residences and archaeological excavations.

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64. Maria vom Berge Karmel

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The former parish church of Maria vom Mount Karmel has been the Syrian Orthodox Church of St. Ephrem in the 10th Vienna district of Favorites at Stefan-Fadinger-Platz 1. The church was also Roman-Catholic parish church from 1937 to 2014, and until 2003 Carmelite Church.

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65. Schloss Wilhelminenberg

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Wilhelminenberg Castle is a former palace dating from the early 20th century, which is now a four-star hotel, restaurant and conference facility. It is situated on the eastern slopes of the Gallitzinberg, in the Wienerwald western parts of the Austrian capital, Vienna.

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66. Bösendorfer-Konzertsaal

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Bösendorfer-Konzertsaal Unknown authorUnknown author / Public domain

Bösendorfer-Saal was a concert hall in Vienna, Austria, on Herrengasse in the Innere Stadt of the city. Connected with the Viennese piano manufacturer Bösendorfer, it was opened in 1872, and many famous musicians performed there. The building was demolished in 1913.

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67. Wotrubakirche

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The Kirche Zur Heiligsten Dreifaltigkeit in Vienna, better known as the Wotruba Church, is located on the Sankt Georgenberg in Mauer in Liesing, the 23rd District of Vienna. It was built between August 1974 and October 1976 on the basis of a model by Fritz Wotruba.

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68. Piaristenkirche

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The Piarist Church, also known as the Church of Maria Treu, is a Baroque parish church of the Order of the Piarists in Vienna, Austria. It is located in Vienna's 8th district (Josefstadt). The Piaristenkirche was elevated to the rank of Basilica Minor in 1949.

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69. Mexikopark

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Mexikoplatz is a square in the Austrian capital Vienna. It is located in the city's 2nd district, Leopoldstadt, near the banks of the Danube, on the southwestern end of the Reichsbrücke, which links Leopoldstadt with Donaustadt, the 22nd district of Vienna.

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70. Maria Grün

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Maria Glenn Pilgrimage Church is a Roman Catholic pilgrimage church in Pratt. Leopold Stadt District, Vienna. The church is a branch of Donaustadt Diocese, located in 2/20 Diocese of Vienna Diocese, Archdiocese of Vienna. It is dedicated to the Virgin Mary.

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71. Küniglberg

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Küniglberg is a 261-meter-high mountain located at Lainzer Sattel in the 13th century. Hietzing District is a branch of Vienna Forest. The term Küniglberg is often used as a synonym for ORF because it is the location of Küniglberg, the center of ORF.

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72. Schweizergarten

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The Swiss garden is a park in the 3rd district of Vienna, Landstrasse, between the park of the Belvederes or the Landstraßer Gürtel in the north, the Belvedere district or Arsenalstrasse in the west and the Arsenal or Ghegastraße in the southeast.

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73. Straßenbahn-Betriebsbahnhof Erdberg

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The Vienna Transport Museum "Remise", formerly the Viennese Tram Museum, is a museum in Vienna, Austria, run by Wiener Linien and dedicated to public transport. It is the largest tram museum dedicated to the public transit vehicles of a single city.

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74. Paulanerkirche

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The Roman Catholic Church in the 4th district of Wieden. As a branch church, it belongs to the parish of the happy message in the city dean of 4/5 in the Vicariate Vienna City of the Archdiocese of Vienna. The church is under monument protection.

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75. Palais Rothschild

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Rothschild Palace is a palace in Vienna, Austria. It is located at Metternichgasse 8. Landstra ® e district, Vienna. The building is also known as Springer Palace because it was the property of the Springer family before the Rothschild family.

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76. Christ Church Vienna

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Christ Church Vienna Claus Rainer Michalek / CC BY-SA 3.0

The Anglican Church of Christ Church, Vienna is located in central Vienna, Jaurèsgasse 17-19, off the Rennweg. Worship services are held in English on Sundays and Wednesdays. On the first Sunday of the month there is a service of Evensong.

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77. Altmannsdorfer Schloss

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Altmannsdorfer Schloss Buchhändler / Public domain

Altmannsdorfer Schloss is a former Biedermeier country house in the centre of the village of Altmannsdorf. The building is located at Khleslplatz 12 in Sector 12. Until 2017, it was home to Rayner College and the Altmannsdorf Garden Hotel.

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78. Astrid-Lindgren-Park

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The Astrid-Lindgren-Park is a park in the district part of Aspern of the 22nd Vienna municipal district of Donaustadt. It is located next to the Martinskirche on Asperner Heldenplatz and is named after the Swedish writer Astrid Lindgren.

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79. Kalksburger Pfarrkirche hl. Petrus

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Kalksburg Parish Church "Zum Heiligen Petrus in Ketten" is a Roman Catholic church located in the district of Kalksburg. Liesing District, Vienna. The owner of the Kalksburg estate, Franz von Mack, built the church between 1793 and 1801.

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80. Palais Sturany

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Sturani Palace is a palace with a long history. Vienna District Innere Stadt am Schottenring 21. Built in 1874, according to a plan by architects Ferdinand Ferner and Herman Helmer, it was the residence of court architect John Sturani.

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81. Friedhofskirche Zum Heiligen Karl Borromäus

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St. Charles Boromio Cemetery is a Roman Catholic church located in Vienna Central Cemetery. Municipal, Simmering. It was built between 1908 and 1911 and designed by architect Max Hegel. This church is listed as a historical monument.

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82. Löwe von Aspern

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The lion of Aspern is a war memorial created by Anton Dominik Fernkorn, which was built in 1858 on Asperner Heldenplatz. The sculpture is made of sandstone and is reminiscent of the Austrian soldiers who died in the battle of Aspern.

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83. Wasserturm Favoriten

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The Favorite Water Tower is a landmark of the 10th Vienna district of favorites. The striking building in the style of industrial historicism can be found on the Kuppe of Wienerberg, Windtenstraße 3 and is visible from the south.

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84. Pfarrkirche Neuerlaa

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The parish church of Neuerlaa is in the 23rd district of Liesing in the city of Vienna. The Roman Catholic parish church St. Dominikus Savio belongs to the city deanate 23 in the Vicariate Vienna City of the Archdiocese of Vienna.

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85. Gustav-Adolf-Kirche

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The Gustav Adolf Church is an Evangelical Lutheran church building in the 6th district of Vienna, Mariahilf. It is the first Protestant church building in the area of the suburbs between the Vienna city walls and the Linienwall.

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86. Maria Mutter der Kirche

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The Maria Mother of the Church residential park church is a Roman Catholic parish church in the Atzgersdorf district in the 23rd Vienna district of Liesing in the Alt-Erlaa residential park at Anton-Baumgartner-Straße 44.

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87. Pfarrkirche Oberlaa

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The Church of the Holy Egydius is the Roman Catholic parish church of Oberlaa and is located on Oberlaaer Platz in the 10th district of Favorites. The parish belongs to the city dean of 10 of the Archdiocese of Vienna.

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88. Sternwartepark

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The observatory Park is a green area in Vienna, at the center of which the University Observatory Vienna is located in Vienna. In 1973, a media -well -respected conflict with political continuations broke out in 1973.

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89. Göppelkreuz-Kapelle

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The Göppelkreuz chapel, also called Göpelkreuz chapel, is a sacred small building in the 10th district of Vienna Favorites. It stands in front of the new country school Laaerberg at Ludwig-von-Höhnel-Gasse 17–19.

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90. Trygve-Lie-Park

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Trygve-Lie-Park is a park located in the district of Aspen. Donaustadt district, Vienna. Located in the southeastern Norwegian borough, it was built in the mid-1990s and named after Norwegian politician Trygve Lie.

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91. Obelisk

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The obelisk fountain in schönbrunn Palace Park in Vienna's 13th district of Hietzing is one of numerous fountains in this baroque green area. The main dimensions are: length 35.6 m, width 24.0 m and height 31.3 m.

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92. Bill-Grah-Park

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The Bill-Grah-Park is a park in the district of Essling of the 22nd Vienna municipal district of Donaustadt. It is located in the historic center of Essling and is named after the German jazz musician Bill Grah.

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93. Jazz-Park

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The Essling jazz park is a park in the district of Essling of the 22nd Vienna municipal district of Donaustadt. It is located in the historic center of Essling and is named after the Esslingen "Jazz district".

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94. Heinrich-Jasomirgott-Brunnen

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The Heinrich Jasomirgott fountain or Heinrichsbrunnen is a fountain in the Schottenstift in the 1st district of Vienna Inner city. As part of the overall system of the Schottenstift, it is listed (list entry).

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95. St. Clemens Hofbauer

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St. Clemens Hofbauer GuentherZ / Public domain

Gatterhölzl is the Roman Catholic diocese of the Church of Notre Dame. Klemens Maria Hofbauer, located at Hohenbergstraße 42 in Vienna-Medlin, was built from 1955 to 1959 under the plan of Ladislaus Hruska.

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96. Eduard Suess

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Eduard Suess Josef Kriehuber / Public domain

Eduard Suess was an Austrian geologist and an expert on the geography of the Alps. He is responsible for hypothesising two major former geographical features, the supercontinent Gondwana and the Tethys Ocean.

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97. Botanischer Garten der Universität Wien

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The Botanical Garden of the University of Vienna is a botanical garden in Vienna, Austria. It covers 8 hectares and is immediately adjacent to the Belvedere gardens. It is a part of the University of Vienna.

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98. Versorgungsheimkirche

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The pension home church St. Karl Borromäus is an institutional church of the geriatric center on the Wienerwald of the municipality of Vienna in the district part of Lainz in the 13th district of Hietzing.

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99. Kathedrale zum heiligen Nikolaus

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St. Nicholas Cathedral is a Russian Orthodox church, built in the 3rd century AD. Jaurßsgasse 2, Vienna District. It is the seat of the Russian Orthodox Diocese of Vienna and has been a diocese since 1962.

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100. Evang. Verklärungskirche

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Evang. Verklärungskirche Peter Gugerell / CC0

The Transfiguration Church is an Evangelical Lutheran church in the 2nd district of Vienna, Leopoldstadt. It serves the Evangelical parish of A. B. Wien-Leopoldstadt and Brigittenau as a place of worship.

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