The church of gratitude is also called the wattiff church, the reason is that the emperor was helped in this place, so repair a church to thank you. Located at the northwest corner of the Ring Avenue, the two towering Gothic spires are visible from a distance, and are one of the three largest churches in Vienna along with Stephen's Cathedral and Carl's.
It is said that Emperor Joseph was assassinated here and then miraculously recovered, and in thanks to God's blessing, this church of gratitude was built here, this is a rich gothic style of grand church.
My God, such a beautiful church is so far behind, not very famous, some people do not know where this church is. The overall church is Gothic architecture, two towers tall, pointed. All white exterior walls are very beautiful. It feels like I'm number one.
Shortly after college, I came to Shaoyu Ring Road, from which I can see the beautiful two-tower church of Wattiff. In 1853, Franz • Joseph I was assassinated and unharmed. In order to thank God for his blessing, he ordered the construction of this Gothic architectural essence of the church in 1856-1879 years.
Thanksgiving church also called votiv church, was a Roman Catholic church, the city of Vienna new gothic style, the whole building for signature is as high as 100 meters tall towers, imposing manner, very spectacular. Historical background church adjacent to the university of Vienna, because the emperor Franz. Joseph I during his life in danger in the local bailout, Joseph I brother built for Thanksgiving god grace and raise the church, and therefore the whole church called Thanksgiving church. Church built by the university of Vienna, was a well-known architect heinrich von (Ferstel) is responsible for building design. Was built in 1828, at the beginning of a multi-year, finally completed in 1883.
Emperor Franz Joseph built in memory of the Death. The exterior is under renovation and the interior is beautifully decorated.
The church of gratitude, also known as the wattif, or the two-tower church, was built on the main street around vienna in the latter half of the 19th century, after the assassination of emperor franks joseph i in 1853.