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Located on the grounds of the imperial summer palace, Tiergarten Schönbrunn (Vienna Zoo) is the oldest zoo in the world - and yet still frequently voted one of the world's best. The zoo was founded as an imperial menagerie in 1752, by the then Holy Roman Emperor, Francis I. It was opened to the public in 1779. The Tiergarten has an amazing array of animals (more than 700 species in all).
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Savor the Baroque elegance and Gustav Klimt masterpieces in Vienna's historic palace
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Witness the elegance of Lipizzaner stallions in Vienna's historic arena
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Kunsthistorisches Museum (KHM) features an extensive art collection that belonged to the once-mighty Habsburg family. It houses pieces by Caravaggio and Titian - and many other Renaissance and Baroque masterpieces. Viennese classical composers once made groundbreaking music with some of the instruments in the Historical Musical Instruments section. There are also impressive collections of coins, arms and armor, as well as Egyptian, Near Eastern, Greek, and Roman antiquities.
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Explore museums, tour palaces, and ride public transport with ease in Vienna
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St. Charles Church by night
Karlskirche - St. Charles' Church in Vienna - St. Charles Borromeo - is considered the most important sacred building north of the Alps. It was built at the behest of Emperor Charles VI in 1716, after the last great plague epidemic, and was completed in 1737. In 1741, Antonio Vivaldi was buried right next to the Karlskirche. It was the imperial patron church until 1918. Today, you can experience authentic concerts in the Karlskirche with the Orchestra 1756 and its soloists playing baroque instruments.
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Initially envisioned as a hunting lodge for the Habsburgs, Emperor Leopold I commissioned the construction of Schönbrunn Palace at the end of the 17th century. In the middle of the 18th century, it was converted into a residence for Maria Theresa, the only female Habsburg ruler. Since then, it has played host to the leading statespeople of Europe. 44 of its 1,441 rooms are on display to the public, and it's the most-visited attraction in Vienna. Its gardens have been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1996 and have been open to the Viennese public since 1779.
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With around 65,000 drawings and more than a million old master prints, the Albertina is a mightily impressive collection of art. Located in the largest Habsburg residential palace, the collection also includes more modern works - including two significant collections of Impressionist and early 20th-century art, and temporary exhibitions. Also on display are 21 exquisite Habsburg state rooms, spread over two floors of the palace.
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The Wiener Riesenrad, or Riesenrad, or Vienna's Giant Wheel as it's often called, is a tall Ferris wheel at the entrance to Prater amusement park in Leopoldstadt, Vienna. It is one of Vienna's most popular tourist attractions, and not to be missed for the views it offers over the city.
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Dom Museum Wien is a museum in the heart of Vienna, Austria. It houses some of the world's most important collections of antique artifacts, ranging from the Gothic period to the Art Deco movement. The collections include sculptures, precious altars, sacred objects adorned with gold and jewels, portraits, liturgical manuscripts, and books. It is also home to the Otto Mauer Collection, a vast contemporary and Avant-Garde art collection.
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Peterskirche, or St. Peter's Church, is a Roman Catholic church in the heart of Vienna, Austria. This imposing Baroque monument was built in the early 18th century, and boasts a large domed ceiling with enormous columns flanking the entrance. Entrance to the church, which was inspired by St. Peter's Basilica in Rome, is free. To really experience its grandeur, visitors can enjoy an evening with the Classic Ensemble Vienna, who perform seamless interpretations of Mozart, Beethoven, and others.
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View of the whole church
Only a 3-minute walk from the Vienna State Opera, you'll find another of Vienna's treasures – St. Anne's Church. The church embodies some of the best examples of Baroque architecture, and safely keeps a relic of St. Anne (her right hand) within its walls.
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Located on Domgasse, the great composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart lived here from 1784 to 1787. This former residence is now a three-level exhibition on his life. It's in Vienna's Old Town, not far from St. Stephen's Cathedral.
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The strange cuboid building in Vienna's fashionable Museumsquartier contains the most-visited museum in the city. The Leopold Museum has a remarkable collection of Viennese Art Nouveau, the Vienna Workshop, and of the Expressionist period. It also has the largest Egon Schiele collection in the world - plus masterpieces by Gustav Klimt. There are also revolving exhibitions and a great shop and cafe (with a great view overlooking the Museumsquartier).
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Vienna Technical Museum showcases Austria's contributions to the development of modern technology. Interactive exhibits and multimedia shows work to demonstrate the dependence on technology in our daily lives. It is located in Vienna, Austria.
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