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The Pfarre St. Elisabeth is a Catholic Church located in the fourth district next to very close to the place interest " Belvedere Palace"
The Church was built 1859. To get there by public transport U1 to "Hauptbahnhof Station" or Tram number 18 to "Belvedere...More
The Pfarre St. Elisabeth is a very nice Catholic Church located in the middle town Vienna city nearly the Belvedere Palace in the forth district, to get there with public transport underground U1 to main train station "Hauptbahnhof Station" then a few walk
We visited about 10 churches in Vienna, all different - some magnificent, some more simply places of worship. This wasn't a huge sanctuary, but it was so wide open with the stately columns changing into tree limb forms to branches set in arches across the...More
The Elizabeth Church located at the Elizabethplatz, it's very Place at the fourth District of Vienna, around there are places of sight from there just a few minute walk to the beautiful Belvedere Palace, or "Hauptbahnhof" the main train Station or the St. Charles Chuch.
This lovely old church (known also as the Red Church) , is yet another one you can enjoy a 10 , 15 minutes calm break , while strolling around Mariahilf neighborhood .
Date of experience: June 2016
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The fourth district combines elegant tradition with contemporary style and relaxed living. More than a dozen town palaces and churches such as St. Charles Borromeo have added glamour to a neighbourhood known for its traditional retail and crafts shops, taverns, cafés. Wieden is also home to Naschmarkt, Vienna’s largest street market. Many bohemian types have found their way to Wieden: meet them in trendy cafés and
bars, shop alongside them for vintage items, enjoy Wien Museum’s and Kunsthalle’s modern temporary exhibitions, and hang out with the bees at Vienna’s most beautiful urban garden, Karlsgarten.