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Jewish Museum of the City of Vienna

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Tabitha And George
Tabitha And George
June 14, 2017
In the Jewish Museum there are always very interesting exhibitions. Definitely a Tip ;-)
Martina
Martina
June 17, 2016
take a ride with tram 1 around the Ringstraße - you will see the Opera, a lot of palais, the famous museums, parliament, rathaus, etc.
G
G
May 4, 2015
Jewish museum. NOW exhibition about Vienna´s famous ring street. Use the same ticket for the museum on Judenplatz 8 near the holocaust memorial
Barbara
Barbara
May 1, 2015
jewish life in Vienna past and present
Rainer
Rainer
August 18, 2014
the jewish museum of vienna at one of the most impressive places of vienna: the Judenplatz! Around the corner, 2 minutes walk ;)

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“Modeled on St. Peter's in Rome, the Collegial and Parish Church of St. Peter (Peterskirche) is built on a site originally occupied by a Roman church and later by one founded by Charlemagne in 792 AD. The present edifice was built in the 18th century and boasts a massive dome with a superb fresco and many artistic treasures. Other highlights include the Barbara Chapel with its magnificent portal, and in which Franz Karl Remp's Decollation of St. Barbara is found, and the choir with its High Altar and painting of the Immaculate Conception. Also of note is the nearby Plague Pillar, a 21-meter-tall Baroque pillar built to commemorate the end of the devastating plague of 1679 that cost at least 75,000 Viennese their lives. Also of interest is the nearby Abbey of the Scots (Schottenstift), built in the 12th century and extensively renovated and enlarged since. Its school included Johann Strauss and Austria's last emperor, Charles I, among its pupils, while its fine collection of artwork includes pieces from the 16th to 19th centuries.”
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Cafe
“veeeeery nice restaurant, food only during lunch time, for the rest of the day it is a very charming place to have a drink!!”
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11 Dorotheergasse
Innere Stadt, Wien 1010
Kärntner Viertel
Téléphone+43 1 5350431
Site webjmw.at
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