Church not very big, interesting architecture. Plenty of paintings and sculptures. Well mantained, seems new!
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There were so many churches, famous and not-so-famous, tiny and huge, ancient and newer, that I honestly lost count and names of the churches. But I distinctly remember St. Peter's Church because - a) it is extremely close to the circle at the Inner City...More
don't just take pictures of the outside. GO IN! ITS A MUST! and its free. The inside is so damn gorgeous that I couldn't stop taking pictures.
Like a number of other churches in Vienna a place of worship has been here since the 12th century. Most of what sits on the site now is essentially dates from the 18th century remodelling by a collection of different architects. The outside is imposing...More
I love how these seemingly inconspicuous little churches are anything but inconspicuous on the inside, this church surprised me. Easily accessible with strollers or wheelchairs, there is a ramp entrance. Make sure to not miss peeking inside this one.
Luckily a local sales guy recommended it as it was not highlighted in my city guide, different to others, try to take a look at it.
I expected St. Peter's to be not as spectacular than St. Stephen's. I was wrong. Stunning Barogue! Great organ concerts as well.
Although it's unassuming exterior doesn't promise much, the interior is gorgeous. A very pretty baroque interior worth seeing. The location is close to Stephansplatz and the plague column. If you are there, take a look. It will be worth your while.