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University of Vienna
Founded by Duke Rudolph IV in 1365, it is the oldest university in the modern German-speaking world and among the largest institutions of higher learning in Europe. Founded by Duke Rudolph IV in 1365, it is the oldest university in the modern German-speaking world and among the largest institutions of higher learning in Europe.
Treasure Room
The Imperial Treasury at the Hofburg Palace in Vienna, Austria contains a valuable collection of secular and ecclesiastical treasures covering over a thousand years of European history. Address: Schweizerhof, Hofburg, 1010 Wien
Alserbach Palace
Castle on the other side of the Liechtenstein Gartenpalace
Gartenpalace Liechtenstein
The Gartenpalais was built by Prince Johann Adam Andreas von Liechtenstein, who commissioned its design and construction from Domenico Egidio Rossi; the shell was finished in 1700. Address: Fürstengasse 1, 1090 Wien
Palace Daun-Kinksy
Palais Kinsky is a Baroque palace in central Vienna, Austria. It was originally built for Count Wirich Philipp von Daun, the garrison commander whose son Leopold became a Field Marshal of Empress Maria Theresa. Address: Freyung 4, 1010 Wien
Sisi Memorial
Memorial of Empress Sisi. Address: Josef-Meinrad-Platz T, 1010 Wien
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 (nicknamed "Sisi"), and he called it the "castle of dreams.“ Address: Lainzer Tiergarten, 1130 Wien
Schönbrun Palace
Schönbrunn Palace was the main summer residence of the Habsburg rulers, located in Hietzing, Vienna. The 1,441-room Baroque palace is one of the most important architectural, cultural, and historic monuments in the country. Address: Schönbrunner Schloßstraße 47, 1130 Wien
Furniture Museum
How the emperor once lived: the former furniture of the Habsburgs is exhibited in the Vienna Furniture Museum. Address: Andreasgasse 7, 1070 Wien
The Hofburg (German: [hoːf.buʁk]) is the former principal imperial palace of the Habsburg dynasty in Austria. Address: Hofburg, 1010 Vienna
Belvedere Palace
Baroque palace and 800 years of art history - with masterpieces by Klimt, Schiele, Funke, Messerschmidt and van Gogh. Address: Prinz-Eugen-Straße 27, 1030 Wien
Schwarzenberg Palace
Palais Schwarzenberg is a Baroque palace. It is owned by the princely Schwarzenberg family. Address: Prinz-Eugen-Straße 5, 1030 Wien
Sisi Museum
Among the 300 objects on display in the museum are parasols, fans and gloves, items of clothing, beauty preparations, her milk glass with its travelling case, her travelling medicine chest and even the original death certificate. Address: Michaelerkuppel, 1010 Wien
University of Vienna
Founded by Duke Rudolph IV in 1365, it is the oldest university in the modern German-speaking world and among the largest institutions of higher learning in Europe. Address: Universitätsring 1, 1010 Wien
Vienna City Hall is the seat of local government of Vienna, located on the Rathausplatz in the Innere Stadt district. Address: Rathauspl., 1010 Wien
Plague Memorial
In 1679, Vienna suffered one of the last great plague epidemics. Fleeing the city, the Habsburg emperor Leopold I vowed to erect a mercy column if the epidemic would end.
Pasqualati House
The Pasqualati House, notable for being a residence of Ludwig van Beethoven. The building, completed in 1797 and home to the composer on several occasions, houses a Beethoven museum in an apartment adjoining the one Beethoven regularly occupied. Address: Mölker Bastei 8, 1010 Wien
Sigmund Freud Museum
The Sigmund Freud Museum in Vienna is a museum founded in 1971 covering Sigmund Freud's life story. Address: Berggasse 19, 1090 Wien
Criminal Museum
Experience the last 300 years of the “dark side of Vienna”, things that concerned people, their life of lust and sorrow, of joy and death. Address: Große Sperlgasse 24
Burg Theater
It is the most important German-language theater and one of the most important theatres in the world. The Burgtheater was opened in 1741 and has become known as "die Burg" by the Viennese population.
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. Address: Rooseveltplatz, 1090 Wien
Kapuziner Church
Located on the Neuer Markt square in the Innere Stadt near the Hofburg Palace, the Capuchin Church is most famous for containing the Imperial Crypt, the final resting place for members of the House of Habsburg. The official name is the Church of Saint Mary of the Angels. Address: Tegetthoffstraße 2, 1010 Wien
Dom Kirche St. Stephan
St. Stephen's Cathedral is the mother church of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Vienna and the seat of the Archbishop of Vienna, Christoph Cardinal Schönborn. Address: Stephansplatz 3, 1010 Wien
St. Anne Church
St. Anne's Church is located in Vienna, Austria, and has been administered by the Oblates of St. Francis de Sales since 1906. A relic of Saint Anne—her right hand—is kept in a rich Baroque setting and exhibited every year on July 26. Address: Annagasse 3B, 1010 Wien