This beautifully constructed gymnasium was built in the 19th century featuring the old Austrian coat of arms with the two-headed eagle.
You can find the Akademisches Gymnasium on Beethovenplatz right in front of the famous monument built in the memory of Beethoven.
The Ludwig Van Beethoven monument was revealed to the public of Vienna in the year 1880.
My last picture of the Mozart statue, I think it's enough to make you want to check it out if you pass by during your tour of the city.
This famous monument in Vienna was dedicated to the renowned Austrian musician, Ludwig van Beethoven and is a main tourist attraction.
The beautiful building on Beethovenplatz near the lovely memorial monument of Beethoven was designed and built by a famous architect named Friedrich Schmidt.
He built it in a neo-gothic style.
The lovely bronze statue of Beethoven in Beethovenplatz, Vienna in front of the Akademisches Gymnasium which was built in the 19th century.
This isn't the place where Mozart was buried but this lovely garden is surrounded by museum, restaurant, and even a palace!
Justizpalast was built in the late 19th century in a Neo-Renaissance architecture style and design.
If you plan a trip to Vienna, you will learn that Saint Charles helped people who suffered from the plague in Rome; St Charles’s Church was built in dedication to him.
Hofburg Theatre also known as Burgtheater is one of Vienna's top tourist attractions and was also the imperial court theatre.