Feb 04 2013
This photos were taken during my second visit in Vienna, Austria last summer 2011. I and my friend had a bus trip there for five days and this is one of the cities that we visited.
St. Stephen’s Cathedral is one of the sights we viewed during our visit. It is the most important religious building in Austria’s capital. It has a Romanesque and Gothic architecture and can be seen in the Stephansplatz or Stephen’s Square. It has a multi-colored tile roof which become one of the city’s most recognizable symbols.
We went inside the cathedral and I was amazed by its architecture. I can’t imagine how this church was built during those times when there are still no modern machines and equipments like what we have today. Truly terrific!
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