GENERAL DESCRIPTION

St. Stephen's cathedral is a Romanesque / Gothic cathedral, which stands on the ruins of two earlier churches. It is the most important religious building in Vienna, with its multi-coloured tile roof, and one of the city's most recognizable symbols.

Address: Stephansplatz 3, 1010 Wien, Austria
Height: 136 m
Architectural styles: Gothic/Romanesque architecture
Architect: Anton Pilgram
Burials: Prince Eugene of Savoy

FABIO'S REVIEW

Yellow-Visiting

From the outside the Gothic architecture seems very promising (if you don't like Gothic architecture, get out of here!), but the church was closed for reparations during my visit.

PICTURES

Fabios-LifeTour-Austria-1984-and-2009-January-Vienna-St-Stephens-Cathedral-Stephansdom-436-cover-1

Fabios-LifeTour-Austria-1984-and-2009-January-Vienna-St-Stephens-Cathedral-Stephansdom-441

MAP

VIDEOS

RESOURCES

This section is currently under construction.

SHARE THIS PAGE

Spread the love

Leave a Comment

{}