Saint George kills the Dragon in this incredibly detailed statue monument in Vienna while the public admire their surroundings.
You can find many interesting and elaborate statues when you are on vacation touring the streets of Vienna.
St Michael's Church is known to be one of the oldest churches in Vienna and still stands in Michael's Square for tourists to appreciate Viennese culture.
The Hofburg was the old home of the Habsburgs, one of the most important royal imperial families in Vienna.
A frightening eagle statue in front of a government building in Vienna is sure to scare off trespassers!
The oustanding surgeon, Dr. Theodor Billroth's, statue stands in the University of Vienna's main institution in Ringstrasse.
Inside St. Charles’s Church, there is a lovely little museum for visitors to enjoy and discover the Saint’s clothes as well as some religious art.
This lovely Baroque church is one of Vienna's most renowned and frequently visited landmarks.
It is the second oldest church in Vienna!
Underneath this glorious statue lies a building holding one of the best tourist information centers in Vienna.
It took 10 years to build this stunning monument in the late 19th century by Friedrich Schmidt on Rathausplatz.
It is one of the most unique landmarks of Vienna.
The Ludwig Van Beethoven monument was revealed to the public of Vienna in the year 1880.
Archduke Charles of Austria is one of the most famous field marshals of the country and his statue on a horse was built in his memory in Hofburg.