Neue Hofburg at night, Vienna, Austria

 

 

Hofburg - Vienna's Imperial Palace

The Hofburg, originally a medieval castle, was extended to a magnificent residence when the Habsburg's power increased. Today, you can find almost any architectural style there, from gothic to art nouveau. This enormous complex is home to offices of the Austrian President, Österreichische Nationalbibliothek (National Library), Schatzkammer (Imperial Treasury), Museum für Völkerkunde (Museum of Ethnography) and famous Spanische Hofreitschule (Spanish Riding School).

Photographs by Frantisek Staud


 Entrance to Hofburg from Michaelerplatz, Vienna, Austria
 Michaelerplatz by night, Vienna, Austria
 Michaelerplatz by night, Vienna, Austria
 Kaiser Franz I statue in Hofburg, Vienna, Austria
 Kaiser Franz I statue in Hofburg, Vienna, Austria
 Kaiser Franz I statue in Hofburg, Vienna, Austria
 Behind the veil - Hofburg Dome silhouette behind Christmas decoration, Vienna, Austria
 Christmas decoration in Kohlmarkt, Hofburg Dome in background, Vienna, Austria
 Behind the veil - Hofburg silhouette behind Christmas decoration viewed from Kohlmarkt, Vienna, Austria
 Michaelerplatz of Hofburg at night, Vienna, Austria
 Architecture of Alte Hofburg, Vienna, Austria
 Michaelerplatz of Hofburg at night, Vienna, Austria
 Horse looking straight into camera, Hofburg, Vienna, Austria
 Horse-drawn carriage waiting for tourists in Hofburg, Vienna, Austria
 Horse looking straight into camera, Hofburg, Vienna, Austria
 Neue Hofburg at night, Vienna, Austria
 Detail of Hofburg Dome, Vienna, Austria
 Baroque architecture at Michaelerplatz, Vienna, Austria
 Art history museum - Kunsthistoriches Museum, Vienna, Austria
 The Greenhouse - Palmenhaus, Vienna, Austria
 The Greenhouse - Palmenhaus, Vienna, Austria
 Kaiser Franz I statue in Hofburg, Vienna, Austria

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