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Meilleures attractions à visiter à Vienna

1. Museum of Natural History Vienna - Vienna vue 360

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Museum of Natural History Vienna

The Museum of Natural History Vienna features 39 show rooms incorporate the world's well known and interesting items. You can see the 29,500-year-old Venus of Willendorf, the Steller's ocean sea cow that wound up wiped out more than 200 years prior, and tremendous dinosaur skeletons. It incorporates as well the world's biggest and most established sets of ancient meteorites from Mars and other galaxies. Guests will experience as well as virtual voyages in detail to the edge of the Saturn's rings. The Museum of Natural History Vienna is the home of researchers, scientists exploring in a wide scope of fields identified with earth sciences, life sciences and human sciences. This makes the exhibition hall one of the biggest research focuses in Austria.


2. Mozart Monument - Vienna vue 360

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Mozart Monument

Mozart monument stands on an enormous marble platform constituted of two segments. On the lower segment an alleviation with scenes from the opera “Don Giovanni” 'The Invitation" and 'The Stone Guest' separately, and on the upper segment Mozart name and dates written with bronze framed with marble melodic instrument, as well as with Venetian theater masks. At the back, we see the six-year-old Mozart at the piano, his dad with a violin and his sister Nannerl.


3. Mumok - Vienna vue 360

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The Mumok is the biggest museum in Central Europe dedicated for art and media showcasing from the international and the Austrian cutting edge work of art, highlighting significant works from Classic Modernism, Pop Art, Fluxus, and Viennese Actionism.
From Pablo Picasso to Andy Warhol and Franz West, the accumulation and unique displays speak to a mix of custom and test, over a significant time span.
The Mumok features a cinema which investigates film with regards to visual art in addition to the library, Mumok bistro, and the Mumok shop the whole offering an extensive scope of instructive projects for grown-ups and youngsters ages.


4. Neue Burg - Vienna vue 360

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Neue Burg

The Neue Burg was constructed in 1881-1913 as another wing of the majestic royal palace and all things considered symbolizes the last seizures of the Habsburg Empire. Today it is home to various fascinating historical centers. The Hofjagd- und Rüstkammer (Imperial Hunting Museum and Armory) where you can explore a tremendous variety of European arms and armors. The Ephesus-Museum, where you can walk around collectible antiques mined in the ancient city of Ephesus by Austrian archaeologists in the 19th century. The Sammlung alter Musikinstrumente (Collection of Historic Musical Instruments) where you can discover the world's most significant accumulations of melodic instruments from the Renaissance and Baroque periods, and the Weltmuseum (World Museum).


5. Palace of Justice - Vienna vue 360

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Palace of Justice

The Palace of Justice in Vienna, otherwise called Justizpalast in German is a stunning neo-Renaissance building. The insides are very intriguing and important to see. You can enjoy a guided tour inside only on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 1 pm.


6. Tanzquartier Wien - Vienna vue 360

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Tanzquartier Wien

Tanzquartier Wien is situated in the Museums Quartier in Vienna close by the city's numerous other cultural establishments.
It is where guests can connect with contemporary dance and acts that fuse socio-political or potentially imaginative talks. It is considered as the main community for contemporary dance and performance in Europe.


7. The Statue of Goethe - Vienna vue 360

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The Statue of Goethe

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749 - 1832) was a standout amongst the most significant authors, poets, scientists, diplomats, and theatre directors.
His statue was conceived in 1895 by Eduard Hellmer who was awarded in competition and raised in 1900.


8. Theseus Temple - Vienna vue 360

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Theseus Temple

Situated in the core of Volksgarten Park, Theseus Temple is a smaller copy of the Thesision in Athens. The neoclassical Temple was built between 1819 and 1823 after the requests of Emperor Franz I. It was constructed explicitly to house a single monument: Theseus Slaying the Centaur, which is among the most significant neoclassical sculpture by Antonio Canova's artful zenith. The Roman stone carver, Antonio Canova was not just the craftsman who made this driving work, yet in addition, the mind behind the design wherein the model was exhibited. In 1890, the Theseus gathering was moved to the huge staircase of the Art History Museum. Since 2012 Theseus Temple is where the most important works created by the contemporary artist are exhibited.


9. Volksgarten - Vienna vue 360

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The Volksgarten or the People's Garden was made in the range between 1820 and 1823. It is one of the earliest recreational territories in the central area of the city.
The well-designed park, was the preferred assembling place for nobility. It is spread out in French formal style with geometric flowerbeds. Various beautiful wellsprings and intriguing landmarks decorate the Volksgarten.
At the middle of the recreation center is the Theseus Temple, an imitation of a Greek sanctuary. While at the northern end of the recreation center is the Kaiserin Elisabeth-Denkmal, a dedication to Empress Elisabeth of Bavaria.
At the opposite end of the recreation center is a memorial in respect to Franz Grillparzer, made in 1889. It demonstrates a statue of the artist and dramatist Grillparzer in an exedra flanked by reliefs portraying scenes from his plays.


10. äußeres burgtor - Vienna vue 360

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auseres burgtor

Toward the Ringstraße Heldenplatz is bordered by a wide triumphal arc, known as the Äußere Burgtor. The arc was constructed in the range between 1821 and 1824 to honors the Battle of Leipzig in 1813 where Austria conquered the troops of Napoleon. The arc was initially incorporated with the city's protective walls.


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