Renovated gas holders known as Gasometers at Simmering, Vienna, Austria

 

 

Architecture in Vienna

Photographs of Gasometer, Simmering

The four gas holders, known as gasometers were built in 1896 as part of the gaswerks at Simmering, Vienna. It was the largest one in Europe to produce town gas by destillation of coals. After the gasworks were closed down, the four historic towers were renovated and reopened in 2001.

Photographs by Frantisek Staud


 Blend of architectural styles in Gasometer, Vienna, Austria
 Unconventional architecture of Gasometer, Vienna, Austria
 Blend of architectural styles in Gasometer, Vienna, Austria
 Blend of architectural styles in Gasometer, Vienna, Austria
 Architectural styles of Gasometers, Simmering, Vienna, Austria
 Unconventional architecture of Gasometer, Vienna, Austria
 Renovated gas holders known as Gasometers at Simmering, Vienna, Austria
 Renovated gas holders known as Gasometers at Simmering, Vienna, Austria
 Unconventional architecture of Gasometer, Vienna, Austria
 Architectural styles of Gasometers, Simmering, Vienna, Austria
 Man walking dog near Gasometer, Vienna, Austria
 Renovated gas holders known as Gasometers at Simmering, Vienna, Austria
 Architectural styles of Gasometers, Simmering, Vienna, Austria

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