Greek Quarter

Greek merchants began taking residence here in the 18th century, it contains striking art nouveau buildings.

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St. Stephens Cathedral
A defining symbol of the city, Vienna's beloved Stephansdom was built in the 1137 and is a Gothic gem.
The stunning art-nouveau clock stands in the city center and has twelve different figures, each one appearing for a designated hour of the day.
This museum and concert venue is the last remaining of the apartments in which Mozart lived.
St Stephen's Cathedral Catacombs
Descend below the cathedral into seven centuries of catacombs, which continue to be used today for deceased members of the clergy.
Hoher Markt
Is one of the oldest and most historic squares in Vienna, located in the middle of the old town of the 1st district.
St. Virgil's Chapel
A subterranean thirteen-century chapel that was discovered in 1973, with one of the best preserved Gothic interiors in the city of Vienna.

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