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Stephansdom

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Der Stephansdom (Domkirche St. Stephan zu Wien) ist seit 1365 Domkirche (Sitz eines Domkapitels), seit 1469/1479 Kathedrale (Bischofssitz) und seit 1723 Metropolitankirche des Erzbischofs von Wien. Der von Wienern auch kurz Steffl genannte römisch-katholische Dom gilt als Wahrzeichen Wiens.
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Kim
Kim
November 04, 2019
The South Tower is a lot higher and offers better 360 views, although there is no lift and it’s 343 steps to the top.
Günther
Günther
July 04, 2019
Located at the very heart of Vienna, you won't be able to miss the Stephansdom (St. Stephens cathedral or "Steffl", as the locals call it). There are nice guided walking tours where you can see the catacombs underneath and take a lift up the rooftop - great!
Ulrich
Ulrich
May 07, 2019
There is a tiny Manner chocolate flagship store right next to it - perfect for little delicious gifts to bring home.
René
René
February 13, 2019
Obviously. just wonderful architecture
Michael
Michael
February 10, 2019
The symbole of Vienna. Don't forget to visit this place!

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Innere Stadt, Wien 1010
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