Emperor Franz Josef I was sculpted into the main portico of the Austrian Parliament Building.
This famous landmark is built in Greek Revival style architecture and shows that the Viennese culture are greatly influenced by the Greeks.
The impressive Athena Pallas Fountain attracts many tourists to come and participate in a guided tour of the Austrian Parliament Building.
Participate in a guided tour of the Austrian Parliament building and enter it through its beautifully designed Greek main portico.
When touring the city of Vienna, tourists are attracted to this magnificent government building by the sophisticated grand fountain featuring a golden Athena sculpture among others.
The ramp is creatively decorated by 4 Greek and Roman historian statues.
It was designed this way to remind the Austrian politicians that they have to pay respects to their history.
The Pallas Athena Fountain located in front of the Austrian Parliament Building was constructed in the late 19th century based on the architect, Baron von Hansen’s creative designs.
The neoclassical architecture style of the Austrian Parliament Building designed by the architect, Baron von Hansen.
This famous artist is renowned for his sculpture of the rivers, Inn and Danube, portrayed as a bearded male and a lady on the Pallas Athena Fountain.
Hansen was the artist who built the beautiful fountain in front of the Austrian Parliament building in Vienna.
The politicians of Austria were reminded daily of their history and culture when going to work every day!
Guided tours are available to visitors who want to view the interior of this magnificent government building every day!