Vienna

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St. Stephen's Cathedral in Vienna, Austria. | Vienna in Austria
Schloss Schönbrunn | Vienna in Austria
30. April 2009, Musikverein Wien. Mit Pierre Boulez, Staatskapelle Berlin, Singverein der Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde in Wien, Slowakischer Philharmonischer Chor, Wiener Sängerknaben. | Vienna in Austria
Sachertorte from the Hotel Sacher, Vienna. | Vienna in Austria
Image of Vienna in Austria
Image of Vienna in Austria
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Für dieses Bild wurden 3 einzelne Aufnahmen durch PTGui Pro digital zusammengefügt und dabei notwendigerweise digital nachbearbeitet. Beispielsweise kann es erforderlich gewesen sein, Ungleichheiten der Einzelbilder infolge von Objektivfehlern, unterschiedlicher Perspektive oder Parallaxe an den Übergängen einander anzupassen. Daher gibt dieses Panorama möglicherweise die Realität nicht in jedem Detail exakt wieder. | Vienna in Austria
Blick auf die Bahnsteige des Wiener Hbf | Vienna in Austria
Karlskirche in Vienna, Austria | Vienna in Austria
Fahrradverleihstation Citybike Wien auf der Schönbrunner Brücke in Hietzing. Im Hintergrund der Auer-Welsbach-Park. | Vienna in Austria
Otto Wagner Kirche - Am Steinhof | Vienna in Austria
Firestation with engines, at Am Hof square in Vienna. | Vienna in Austria
View of the back of Vienna Stadtsoper from the terrace of the Albertina building | Vienna in Austria
Apollo Kino in Wien-Mariahilf | Vienna in Austria
Albertinaplatz, Wien, Österreich | Vienna in Austria
Der Karl Marx Hof in Wien Döbling gilt als Vorzeigeprojekt des kommunalen Wohnbaus der Zwischenkriegszeit in Wien. Mit über einem Kilometer Länge ist er auch eine der größten Wohnanlagen | Vienna in Austria
Vier Generationen von Triebfahrzeugen der Wiener Straßenbahn im Betriebsbahnhof Breitensee:

Reihe B, Niederflurtriebwagen 701
Reihe C1 Nr. 141, 1950er-Jahre, Museumswagen
Reihe K Nr. 2447, vor dem 1. Weltkrieg gebaut, Museumswagen
Reihe E1 Nr. 4533, 1970er-Jahre, im regulären Einsatz

Die Remise Breitensee wurde 2006 geschlossen und bis 2009 abgetragen. Das Gelände wird für das Wohnbauprojekt Karree Breitensee genutzt werden. | Vienna in Austria
Otto-Wagner-Pavillon an der U-Bahn-Station Karlsplatz in Wien, Österreich | Vienna in Austria
Postsparkasse | Vienna in Austria

Der Stephansdom in Wien label QS:Lde,"Der Stephansdom in Wien"
label QS:Len,"St. Stephen's Cathedral in Vienna"
 | Vienna in Austria
Austria, Vienna, Prater, Wiener Riesenrad | Vienna in Austria
Das randvolle Ernst-Happel Stadion beim ersten Auftritt der österreichischen Nationalmannschaft bei einer EM-Endrunde | Vienna in Austria
The Graben street in Vienna. | Vienna in Austria
Hotel Sacher (Wien 2008) | Vienna in Austria
The Kohlmarkt street in Vienna. | Vienna in Austria
Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna with Maria-Theresien-Platz. | Vienna in Austria
MuseumsQuartier courtyard in Vienna, Austria. | Vienna in Austria
Wiener Rathaus | Vienna in Austria
Secession 2016, Vienna | Vienna in Austria
Spanische Hofreitschule in Vienna. | Vienna in Austria
View from the north tower of St. Stephen's Cathedral, Vienna. | Vienna in Austria
Image of the courtyard of the University of Vienna. | Vienna in Austria
Aerial view of Ernst-Happel-Stadion, Vienna, Austria | Vienna in Austria
Kaiserliches Pavillon, Schloss Schönbrunn | Vienna in Austria
DonauCity highrise district in Vienna, Austria. | Vienna in Austria
Schönbrunn Gardens in autumn | Vienna in Austria
Vienna, Austria
Original: https://www.dropbox.com/s/emwe5bb84fbwzpt/Vienna1.JPG?dl=0 | Vienna in Austria
Vienna, Austria
Original: https://www.dropbox.com/s/ltjlanakufw2gox/Vienna9.JPG?dl=0 | Vienna in Austria
Castle in Vienna | Vienna in Austria
Stephansplatz and Graben street in the evening. Vienna, Austria. | Vienna in Austria
Österreich, Wien, Heldenplatz | Vienna in Austria
Austria, Vienna, statue of Athena in front of the Austrian Parliament Building | Vienna in Austria
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Für dieses Bild wurden mehrere einzelne Aufnahmen per Software zusammengefügt und dabei notwendigerweise digital nachbearbeitet. Beispielsweise kann es erforderlich gewesen sein, Ungleichheiten der Einzelbilder infolge von Objektivfehlern, unterschiedlicher Perspektive oder Parallaxe an den Übergängen einander anzupassen. Daher gibt dieses Panorama möglicherweise die Realität nicht in jedem Detail exakt wieder. | Vienna in Austria
Österreich, Wien, Burgtheater | Vienna in Austria
Hauptportal des Allgemeinen Krankenhauses der Stadt Wien (AKH) an der Adresse Währinger Gürtel 18-20 im 9. Wiener Bezirk Alsergrund.Das AKH wurde auf einer Fläche von rund 345.000 Quadratmetern ab 1964 nach Plänen der Architekten Wolfgang Bauer, Felix Kässens, Georg Köhler, Hannes Lintl, Georg Lippert, Alexander Marchart, Otto Mayr, Roland Moebius und Otto Nobis errichtet. Am 31. Jänner 1991 begann die Besiedlung des Zentralbaus des neuen Gebäudes und am 7. Juni 1994 erfolgte die offizielle Eröffnung. | Vienna in Austria
de:Wiener Börse (Gebäude) in Wien Innere Stadt | Vienna in Austria
Das Heustadlwasser in den Wiener Praterauen. | Vienna in Austria
Blick von der Landesgerichtstraße auf den Gebäudekomplex der Justizanstalt Josefstadt in Wien, an der Landesgerichtstraße. | Vienna in Austria
Museumsquartier-Innenhof | Vienna in Austria
Naschmarkt in Wien um 1900 | Vienna in Austria
 Österreich, climbing out of Wien-Schwechat | Vienna in Austria
Rathaus in Wien | Vienna in Austria

Beschreibung: Blick auf den Schneeberg vom Sonnwendstein (1523m)
Quelle: selbst fotografiert
Fotograf oder Zeichner: Michael Schletz
 | Vienna in Austria
Description: Interior view of the Café Demel in Vienna.

Source: self-made, I release it into the public domain. Gryffindor 22:22, 23 March 2006 (UTC) | Vienna in Austria
Friedrich von Schiller-Denkmal | Vienna in Austria
HoHo_Wien_Vienna_19-20 | Vienna in Austria
The baroque Karlskirche in Vienna, Austria. | Vienna in Austria
Österreich, Wien, Heldenplatz | Vienna in Austria
Trade fair de:Messe Wien in Vienna Leopoldstadt | Vienna in Austria
Musikverein Wien, Großer Saal | Vienna in Austria
Historische Straßenbahn am Ring | Vienna in Austria
Historicle Debating Chamber of the former House of Deputies of Austria, Vienna | Vienna in Austria
Statue of Mozart during spring in Vienna, Austria | Vienna in Austria
Zugang zur U-Bahn-Station Stephansplatz | Vienna in Austria
Liechtenstein Museum and Library Vienna, Austria | Vienna in Austria
Schloss Schönbrunn in Wien, Österreich | Vienna in Austria
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Capital of 🇦🇹 Austria with a population of around 1.9 million people.

Vienna is a city of hidden treasures. While it’s one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world, many of its charms are tucked away and only revealed to those who take the time to explore. From the opulent Hofburg Palace to the quirky Naschmarkt, the city is a treasure trove of historical and cultural delights. Be sure to wander the narrow streets of the inner city, and take in the imposing architecture of the cathedrals and palaces. Stop for a coffee in one of the many traditional cafes, and people watch in one of the city’s famous squares. When the sun goes down, the city comes alive with a nightlife that ranges from classical concerts to trendy clubs. Vienna is a city that has something for everyone, and is sure to charm even the most discerning traveller.

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If you're looking for a beautiful city with captivating coffee culture, a delicious range of cakes and desserts and the most amazing architecture, Vienna is the perfect place to visit. From an architectural standpoint there are a lot to see such as palaces and churches. In general, life there is expensive, rentals and a variety of sightseeing tours by professionals have a great amount of cost. Personally speaking, if you are willing to visit Vienna there is it’s incredible long history, but also amazing parks and gardens that are worth exploring. In terms of navigation within the city I found that is very easy to walk around, and it’s a clean place overall but moving around the city using busses is quite expensive as well in addition to the bus sometimes being late. Something unexpected that happened while we were there was extreme changes in weather during some days, so be prepared by packing a variety of clothes! I've visited Vienna yes, and I’ve made a lot of memories while being there, I am not so excited to be willing to get there as soon as possible due to the overall cost but it’s a place I would try visiting again if and when possible for my budget. - G.Georgiou

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I lived in Vienna for about a year and have visited it as a tourist too. The public transport is really good; you don't need a car to get anywhere. There are some fantastic restaurants and the city's parks are beautiful. There's a nice city-sponsored bicycle-sharing scheme that effectively lets you bike from and to anywhere in the city for free. What I didn't like is the overall atmosphere and the people. Don't get me wrong, they aren't rude or dislikable; yet they aren't warm and welcoming either. I can't quite place the feeling. The weather trends to be quite dull too.

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Perhaps my favorite city in the world. Sometimes I dream about moving here! Why? Complete freedom of movement, it is very very walkable and has perhaps the best public transport I have experienced. The city is energetic but somehow still calm, I guess due to being a large city full of friendly composed people. The city honors its beautiful old architecture and outstanding classical music without becoming a boring museum. Instead, it creates a nice contrast with the new modern Vienna. I like simple things in life. I like getting something yummy from a Viennese bakery and sitting down in one of the parks on a sunny day. Last but not least. I found the food to be great. Both the local a little bit heavier cuisine as well as excellent Italian restaurants for lighter meals.

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You can expect temperatures of around NaN° Celsius in September during the day in Vienna.