St. Stephan's Cathedral (Stephansdom), Vienna, Austria

 

 

St. Stephan's Cathedral Stephansdom

St. Stephen's Cathedral has been the heart of Vienna for centuries. The cathedral stands on the site of a Gothic basilica that was destroyed by fire in 1258. Construction of the current edifice started in 1304 during the reign of King Albrecht I.

Photographs by Frantisek Staud


 Detail of St. Stephan's Cathedral - Stephansdom, Vienna, Austria
 Stephansdom roof and steeple, Vienna, Austria
 St. Stephan's Cathedral (Stephansdom), Vienna, Austria
 Detail of St. Stephan's Cathedral - Stephansdom, Vienna, Austria
 Detail of St. Stephan's Cathedral - Stephansdom, Vienna, Austria
 Stephansdom roof and steeple, Vienna, Austria
 Detail of St. Stephan's Cathedral - Stephansdom, Vienna, Austria
 Detail of St. Stephan's Cathedral - Stephansdom, Vienna, Austria
 St. Stephan's Cathedral  Stephansdom  detail of the roof, Vienna, Austria
 Reflection of St. Stephan's Cathedral  Stephansdom  in a shop window, Vienna, Austria
 Reflection of St. Stephan's Cathedral  Stephansdom  in a shop window, Vienna, Austria
 St. Stephan's Cathedral  Stephansdom  reflection in a shop window, Vienna, Austria
 Haas House and Stephansdom, Vienna, Austria
 St. Stephan's Cathedral  Stephansdom  reflecting in a shop window, Vienna, Austria
 St. Stephan's Cathedral  Stephansdom  reflected in a shop window, Vienna, Austria
 Service in St. Stephan's Cathedral  Stephansdom, Vienna, Austria
 Stephansplatz, Vienna, Austria
 Service in St. Stephan's Cathedral  Stephansdom, Vienna, Austria

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