Vienna’s import as a religious center is another Roman legacy, and the connected chapels, squares, towers, and crypts can be as phenomenal as the city’s imperial sites, and as plentiful.
One of Vienna's most recognized symbols is the thousand-plus-year old Stephansdom Cathedral, both as a church and as stunningly inspirational Gothic architecture, whereas the Votive Church stands as one of the most momentous neo-Gothic sacred buildings in existence. The modular cubes that form the Greek Church of the Holy Trinity astound the eye.
Along with the Votive and the Greek churches, some houses of worship like St Charles’ Church were also built in dedication of an event or spiritual gratitude, or became the gathering spot to begin processions, pilgrimages, and funerals, like the Church of the Augustinian Friars.
When you visiting Churches in Vienna you must see: Emperor Franz Joseph I commemorated the assassination of his Empress, Elisabeth, with the Art Nouveau-style Elizabeth Chapel.
Some of the most stunning and inspirational churches and cathedrals in the world can be found in Vienna.
In the category Churches in Vienna, you will find information About Cathedrals and churches in the Austrian capital as Stephansdom Cathedral, Votive Church, St Charles Church etc.