Vienna stayed for one night, the biggest gain was to learn about the Habsburg Dynasty, Vienna is beautiful, many celebrity legends and stories, as one of the centers of 18-19Century Europe, her history is well preserved, worth learning
The Cathedral of the Emperor Naguth in Vienna, which has been buried for over 400 years, is a very beautiful and complicated sculpture, the Austrian Emperor family has always felt rich and prosperous!
Many don't know about it; some don't even want to come. In fact, almost all members of the Habsburg family, which has affected the whole history of Europe for nearly a thousand years, are buried here. There are many famous people's coffins, such as Queen Theresa, Princess Sisi and her family of three. Today, flowers are being put on to commemorate them.
Habsburgs bone church Stephen church not far distance, is a brown roof church, low-key ordinary architectural appearance, but here is buried in the heart of most of the habsburg family, here also can see the sissi was buried in the coffin.
A nice church. Be sure to visit the crypt - lots of elaborate coffins of famous royalty.
The low-key church, in which the Kaisergruft enters at the right door, is sold by a kindly old man. Down to the entrance, it still feels a little scared. The coffin is small and the parallel in some of the Grand Duke Karl is very domineering. Franz and Princess Sisi, and the eldest son, Prince Rudolph, have a relatively separate tomb. Seeing the lineage of the Habsburg family is still a follower. . . Feeling that coming out of the tomb requires a warm sun (>_<)