Maria Theresa is surrounded by four of her generals on horses as well as other beautiful sculptures engraved into the monument.
A bronze statue of Empress Maria Theresa sits atop the Maria Theresa Monument memorial in the heart of Maria Theresien Platz.
The Maria Theresa Monument found on Maria Theresien Platz was built as a memorial and took 13 years to construct.
Visit Vienna in the winter during your Christmas holiday and participate in the Christmas Village held at the Maria Theresien Platz on Ringstrasse.
This cute bronze elephant stands right in front of the Naturhistorisches Museum in Vienna.
The statues around the museum on Maria Theresien Platz depict different cultures and countries of the world.
Empress Maria Theresa welcomes the public with one of her hands and in her other hand, she is holding the Pragmatische Sanktion document and a royal scepter.
This is truly a sight to see if you are visiting Vienna while on vacation in Austria.
This magnificent bronze monument is one of Vienna’s top landmarks to visit and is considered as World Cultural Heritage.
From the Heldenplatz, you can steal a glimpse of the Natural History Museum as well as the Kunsthistorisches Museum.
These two museums are some of the most famous landmarks in Vienna!
The Empress Maria Theresa is a renowned public figure in Austria having ruled for 40 years as well as taken care of her sixteen children!
Behind the museums, you can find the Museumplatz consisting of many historical edifices and buildings, as well as some stores and restaurants.
On Maria Theresien Platz you will find the Maria Theresa Monument which was completed in the late 19th century having taken 13 years to construct!