Grandiose Baroque architecture of Karlskirche church in Vienna, Austria

 

 

Architecture in Vienna

Karlskirche

The magnificent Karlskirche - designed by Johann Fischer von Erlach in a very grandiose Baroque style - was built during the reign of Karl VI, who dedicated the church in thanks for the end of the plague. Started in 1716, it took some 23 years to complete.

Photographs by Frantisek Staud


 Karlskirche by night, Vienna, Austria
 Detail of Karlskirche church in Vienna, Austria
 Baroque architecture of Karlskirche church, Vienna, Austria
 Baroque architecture of Karlskirche church, Vienna, Austria
 Karlskirche church in Vienna built in Baroque style, Austria
 Karlskirche church in Vienna built in Baroque style, Austria
 Grandiose Baroque architecture of Karlskirche church in Vienna, Austria
 Detail of Karlskirche church in Vienna, Austria
 Detail of Karlskirche church in Vienna, Austria
 Altar and fresco in Baroque style, Karlskirche, Vienna, Austria
 Altar and fresco in Baroque style, Karlskirche, Vienna, Austria
 Altar of the Karlskirche, Vienna, Austria
 Altar of the Karlskirche, Vienna, Austria
 Altar and fresco in Baroque style, Karlskirche, Vienna, Austria
 Karlskirche interior, Vienna, Austria

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