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University of Vienna
Dr. Karl-Lueger-Ring 1, 1010 Vienna - Austria

Although the University of Vienna was founded in 1365 by Duke Rudolf IV, making it one of the oldest universities in Europe, this building is strictly speaking the ‘Neue Universität’. Completed in 1884, and built in neo-Renaissance style by Heinrich...
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Attractions near University of Vienna
A selection of attractions close to University of Vienna:
Schottenstift  (< 1 Mile)
This Roman Catholic monastery was founded in 1155 by monks from Regensburg, Germany, who were brought to Vienna by Henry II. The monastery contains a...
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Burgtheater  (< 1 Mile)
The former imperial court theatre hosts a program of classic, contemporary and experimental theatre and readings, with an emphasis on Austrian playwrights. Originally designed by...
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Votivkirche  (< 1 Mile)
The origin of this church derives from a knife-attack on Emperor Franz Joseph by Hungarian nationalist János Libényi in 1853. Following the failed regicide, the...
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Christkindlmarkt  (< 1 Mile)
This annual Christmas Market has its origins over seven centuries ago when Emperor Albrecht I, at the end of the 13th century, granted the privilege...
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City Hall  (< 1 Mile)
The Gothic style Neues Rathaus, Vienna’s municipal administration centre, was designed by German architect Friedrich Schmidt, and was completed in 1883. The 2,804 sq...
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Harrach Palace  (< 1 Mile)
Although damaged during an air raid in 1944, this Baroque palace was completely restored in 1990 and today houses temporary art exhibitions and is owned...
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Palais Ferstel  (< 1 Mile)
Although the building dates back to the mid 17th century, and was previously famous when the first water pipe in Vienna was installed in 1652,...
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Kunstforum  (< 1 Mile)
This gallery is a major attraction for art enthusiasts the world over. Its fame stems from its presentation of visiting exhibitions; displaying artists as diverse...
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Volksgarten  (< 1 Mile)
The People’s Garden is situated on the site of the old Burgbastei which was destroyed by Napoleon’s troops in 1809. Opened in 1920, it was...
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Church of the Minorites  (< 1 Mile)
Having had its top knocked off during the Turkish siege of 1529, the Minoritenkirche’s stunted octagonal tower is a landmark of the Innere Stadt. Completed...
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Austrian Parliament  (< 1 Mile)
Designed by the Danish architect Theophil Hansen, this building, with its imposing Corinthian portico, is the home of the Austrian Parliament and its 183 members....
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Holocaust Memorial  (< 1 Mile)
Designed by British sculptor Rachel Whitread, this is a memorial to the 65,000 Austrian Jews who died in concentration camps during World War II. This...
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Sigmund Freud Museum  (< 1 Mile)
This museum was the private apartment and office of Dr. Sigmund Freud, the founder of the Psychoanalytical Society, from 1891 to 1938 until, following the...
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Kirche Am Hof  (< 1 Mile)
Founded by the Carmelite Friars towards the end of the 14th century this church is somewhat of a mis-match of styles because of some later...
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Jews’ Square  (< 1 Mile)
From 1294 to 1421 this was the centre of Vienna’s Jewish quarter and included a school, synagogue and hospital. The square was also a centre...
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Toy and Doll Museum  (< 1 Mile)
Opened in 1989, in the superb preserved Baroque interior of a building on Schulhof, this traditional museum houses an assortment of dolls and toys from...
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Clock Museum  (< 1 Mile)
Housed in one of Vienna’s oldest houses, the ‘Harfenhaus’ (Harpist’s House), this clock museum displays a wide range of items ranging from the 15th century...
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Austrian Resistance Archives  (< 1 Mile)
This incredibly enlightening museum, housed in the old Town Hall, has a permanent exhibition on the Austrian anti-fascist resistance. Founded in 1963, by ex-resistance fighters...
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Altes Rathaus and Fountain  (< 1 Mile)
This palace, which performed as Vienna’s town hall until 1885, actually dates back to the 13th century but a Baroque façade was added around 1700....
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The Imperial Apartments  (< 1 Mile)
The Hofburg is synonymous with the Habsburg dynasty, and for over 600 years, until 1918, it was the main residence of the imperial family. Pay...
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