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.
Johann Andreas von Liebenberg Monument stands in front of the main building of the University of Vienna and is a symbol of respect dedicated to the deceased mayor Liebenberg.
The Ludwig Van Beethoven monument was revealed to the public of Vienna in the year 1880.
The St. Charles Church in Vienna is one of the city's top 10 landmarks and one of the most visited tourist attractions in Austria.
Plan a trip to Vienna and visit the famous landmark, Karlskirche, a Baroque church from the 18th century.
This lovely Baroque church is one of Vienna's most renowned and frequently visited landmarks.
It is the second oldest church in Vienna!
A frightening eagle statue in front of a government building in Vienna is sure to scare off trespassers!
Saint George kills the Dragon in this incredibly detailed statue monument in Vienna while the public admire their surroundings.
On your morning jog in Stadtmark, Vienna's City Park, you will come across a vast number of different species of animals!
You cannot take your eyes off many of the artworks you find at this stunning museum!
The statues around the museum on Maria Theresien Platz depict different cultures and countries of the world.
Nicholas, Count of Salm, was designed and sculpted by the renowned Mathias Purkarthofer.