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The Votivkirche is one of the most striking parts of the Vienna skyline along with Stephanzdom and the Rathaus yet it is strangely anonymous compared to those when you search online and on tourist websites.
I really can't understand why because it is absolutely beautiful...More
We took a longish trek up to this church as it was one of the further away things to do in vienna. We used the train to get there which took around 20 minutes. Unfortunately the outside of the building currently has a lot scaffolding...More
We came to visit this exhibition of the Great Masters. They had huge blown up pictures of Raphael, Michelangelo , Botticelli and more. It is in the beautiful church and as we came on Sunday morning we could hear the service while we walked around...More
If you saw Votivkirche before in the photos, know that nothing compares with the eyesight of this wonderful church. In the middle of October, when I visited it, it was an exhibition inside the church (the ticket price was a little high), so it was...More
Beautiful neogothic church with lovely towers. The church is one of the most amazing neogothic landmarks You can see in Vienna builded in 18th century for Habsburg's family eventually served upper class people. We weren't able to go inside as there is some sort of...More
So, this was my first visit to Vienna and not knowing much about the city, i found it to be incredible for the vast amounts of wonderful buildings and cathedrals.
The Votivkirche was located right next my hotel in the Rooseveltplatz. I decided to see...More
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If I recall, and my feeble memory sometimes fails me, there are masses in several languages on Sundays. You would need to check when you are there. According to their website they serve both the German and English speaking... More
If I recall, and my feeble memory sometimes fails me, there are masses in several languages on Sundays. You would need to check when you are there. According to their website they serve both the German and English speaking congregation.