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Schönbrunn Palace
The Schönbrunn Palace is one of the most important and most visited cultural sights in Austria. The Palace was once the summer residence of the Habsburgs. The castle, the palace park, the Gloriette, and the oldest surviving zoo in the world can be visited here.
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Hundertwasserhaus
With its colourful facade, the Friedensreich Hundertwasser building is one of the architectural highlights of the city. The residential building, which was built as a municipal building, attracts numerous visitors from all over the world every year.
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Belvedere Palace
The Belvedere Palace is a palace complex built for Prince Eugene of Savoy. Together with the history of Belvedere Palace, the wonderful palace gardens and the magnificent baroque buildings, the palace is a must-see for tourists and locals alike.
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Stephansdom
St. Stephen's Cathedral, also known as "Steffl", is a Roman Catholic cathedral which is the symbol of Vienna. The cathedral is one of the most important Gothic buildings in Austria and is located in the city centre of Vienna. The cathedral offers numerous sights, such as the catacombs, the watchmaker's room and the largest and most famous bell in Austria, the "Pummerin".
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Stadtpark
With a surface area of around 65,000 m², the central park has been the largest park in the city since 1862 and is very popular. The park, designed in the English landscape style, offers many recreational opportunities, monuments and sculptures.
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Burgtheater
The Burgtheater is an Austrian federal theater. It is considered as one of the most important stages in Europe and is the second oldest European and the largest German speaking theatre.
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Spanish Riding School
The Spanish Riding School is the oldest riding school in the world. The Riding School is located nearby the “Hofburg” and is one of the most important places for the preservation of the classical art of riding. Only Lipizzaner are trained here.
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Musikverein
The Wiener Musikverein is a very traditional concert hall in Vienna. In this house is the "Great Hall" of the Musikverein, which can hardly be surpassed in magnificence and acoustics. The famous New Year's Concert of the Vienna Philharmonic takes place here every year, which is broadcast in over 90 countries.
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Staatsoper
The Vienna State Opera is the “first building” on the Ringstrasse and one of the most famous opera houses in the world. Around 50 different operas, ballets and concerts and other works are performed and danced here every season. Furthermore every year, one of the most important events takes place here, the world-famous Opera Ball.
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Prater
The Vienna Prater is the oldest amusement park in Europe and attracts many families every year with over 250 attractions. The Wiener Riesenrad can also be found here, which is one of Vienna's landmarks. Adventure, tradition and Viennese charm at the same time - no other place radiates as much energy and joie de vivre as the Vienna Prater.
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Urania
The Urania is a public educational institute with an observatory and is located on the Vienna Danube Canal. It was planned by Max Fabiani, a student from Otto Wagner. The house was completely renovated in 2003. The wonderful Art Nouveau building also houses a pub, a cinema, an adult education centre, and a puppet theatre.
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Rathaus
The Vienna City Hall is the most important non-church building in Vienna and the official residence of the mayor. It was built between 1872 and 1883 in the neo-Gothic style and is a superlative building: around 30 million bricks and more than 40,000 cubic meters of natural stone were used here.
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Kohlmarkt
The Kohlmarkt is a shopping street that goes from Michaelerplatz to Graben. With the high diversity of international fashion labels and jewelers, it is known as “the luxury mile” in Vienna. The name “Kohlmarkt” originate from the former charcoal retailer's sales point and is a connecting route between many sights in downtown Vienna.
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Hofburg
The Hofburg is one of the largest palace complexes in the world and was the residence of the Habsburgs from the 13th century to 1918. Since the end of 1946 it has been the official residence of the Austrian Federal President. It houses the Austrian National Library, as well as various museums and the Federal Monuments Office.
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Burggarten
The Burggarten is a beautiful park on Vienna's Ringstrasse and was created in 1818/1819 as a private garden for the botanically interested Emperor Franz I. At the castle garden there are numerous monuments as well as the popular palm house.
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Parlament
The Vienna Parliament was built in the Greco-Roman style and is located in the city centre. With the Pallas Athena statue in the front, it is one of the most beautiful buildings in the city. This is the seat of the Austrian government.
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Kunsthistorisches Museum
The Kunsthistorisches Museum is an art museum and located in the first district near the Hofburg. The Habsburg have built this museum for their extensive collections. With its collection of important masterpieces and the world's largest Bruegel collection, it is one of the most important art museums in the world. The architectural reflection of the Kunsthistorisches Museum, the Naturhistorisches Museum, which is directly opposite. With its journey through the history of the earth, this attracts a lot of visitors every year.
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Karlskirche
The Karlskirche is the last great work of the baroque star architect Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach. It is one of the most important baroque church buildings and one of the symbols of Vienna.
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Albertina
The Albertina is an important art museum in the middle of the city centre. It houses one of the most important graphic collections in the world. The name "Albertina" refers to Albert, the son-in-law of Empress Maria Theresa.
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Museumsquartier
The Museums Quartier Wien, or MQ for short, is one of the largest cultural areas in the world. Located in the 7th district of Vienna, it is a wonderful place where historic architecture meets contemporary design. The offer is very extensive and ranges from visual to performing arts, architecture, music, fashion, theatre, dance, literature, and children's culture.