The statue of Duke Leopold the glorious can be found in the Rathauspark near the Rathaus City Hall, one of Vienna's top 10 landmarks.
Johann Preleuthner was responsible for this magnificent monument of the Duke.
While walking in the Rathauspark, you will find many similar statues made of marble around you.
It took 10 years to build this stunning monument in the late 19th century by Friedrich Schmidt on Rathausplatz.
It is one of the most unique landmarks of Vienna.
On Rathausplatz, you will find this truly remarkable statue sculpted by the famous artist, Hanns Gasser.
Nicholas, Count of Salm, was designed and sculpted by the renowned Mathias Purkarthofer.
Mozart was a great man and tourists and the public can remember him in Burggarten where they can spend some quality time in the calm atmosphere.
Dinner in the Museum costs just 40 euros and starts at 6:30 p.m. in the evening consisting of a glorious gourmet meal with several courses.
You can tour the museum between your delicious courses until 9:30 p.m. in the evening!
The Burggarten in Vienna has many renowned monuments and sculptures that can be found throughout the area.
The Pestsäule is beautifully lit up at night on Graben Square near Ringstrasse in Vienna for us to admire while shopping.
Enjoy your evening at the ice skating rink at the Rathaus City Hall after a long day of sight seeing around the city!
The statues around the museum on Maria Theresien Platz depict different cultures and countries of the world.
Austria is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world attracting thousands of tourists every year to its popular cities.