Votiv Kirche by night, Vienna, Austria

 

 

Architecture in Vienna

Votivkirche

Votivkirche was commissioned by the Emperor Franz Josef 1 on the spot where he survived an assassination attempt by a Hungarian nationalist Lebenyi in 1853. The impressive neo-Gothic building was designed by architect Heinrich Ferstel and built between 1854 and 1879.

Photographs by Frantisek Staud


 View of Votiv Kirche (Votiv Church) from New City Hall, Vienna, Austria
 Impressive neo-gothic building of Votivkirche, Vienna, Austria
 View of Votiv Kirche (Votiv Church) from Vienna Town Hall, Austria
 Impressive neo-gothic building of Votivkirche, Vienna, Austria
 Two towers of Votivkirche, Vienna, Austria
 Impressive neo-gothic building of Votivkirche, Vienna, Austria
 Two towers of Votivkirche, Vienna, Austria
 Votivkirche by night, Vienna, Austria
 Impressive neo-gothic building of Votivkirche by night, Vienna, Austria
 Tower and street lamp, Votivkirche, Vienna, Austria
 Illuminated towers of Votivkirche, Vienna, Austria
 Detail of portal to Votivkirche, Vienna, Austria
 Impressive neo-gothic building of Votivkirche, Vienna, Austria
 Tower of Votivkirche, Vienna, Austria
 Impressive neo-gothic building of Votivkirche, Vienna, Austria

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