Vienna St. Stephen's Church - details and images

Church of St. Stephen (Stephen), a symbol of Austria's Vienna and its gothic architecture, today houses a number of cultural treasures, you can find only in a guided tour.
Among these, the tomb of Emperor Frederick III, built of red marble between 1467 and 1513 by Niclas Gerhaert van Leyden, Anthony Pilgrim pulpit built around 1500 and foot organ, also built by him (1513), the lateral vessel north (on each of these works are each a self-portrait of the artist).
It is also worth visiting: the altar "Wiener Neustädter", a Gothic altar triptych of 1447, the tomb of Prince Eugene of Savoy from 1754, and do not forget the rich ornaments of plastic columns inside and outside.

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