Charlie Church, also known as Carl Church, is a world-renowned Baroque building with a 72-meter-high Roman circular vault. It can climb up to the vault by elevator and enjoy magnificent murals. The oval pool in front of the church, with a modern sculpture in the center, reflects the classical church and stands out. In the evening, when the sunshine was shining on Carl's church, it was as brilliant as wearing a golden robe.
Charlie Church is a typical Baroque architectural masterpiece. You can see the famous two tall pillars and green domes of Charlie Church from a distance. The frescoes on the dome of the church are so simple and elegant that they seem to be the descent of the gods. Dome murals can be seen from the elevator up to the top at close range, which is a very good experience.
A beautiful Baroque Dome Church in the southeastern corner of the Old City of Vienna. It is not well-known among the famous landmarks in Vienna, but it is indeed the first in artistic attainment. There are two symmetrical pillars in front of the church. They are actually Chinese-style buildings. The interior white wall is at the bottom, and beautiful murals paint a picture of heaven.
Five stars for it, because the surrounding atmosphere makes me feel good. We didn't go inside the church. There was a small lake in front of the church. We sat by the lake. Like many people, we sat, looked at the church, took pictures and chatted. In the picture, there are churches and lakes, which are very beautiful. Behind the lake is a small street park where children play. The traffic to this scenic spot is very convenient. The subway can go directly. The surrounding green area is very large.
Very beautiful. Especially the top drawings. There are elevators and stairs in the church. You can watch the paintings on the top of the church at close range. Even through the stairs to the top of the church, you can see a wonderful painting, but it's easy to fear heights. It's not the same feeling as flying. You'll understand when you climb.
Charlie Church was built by the emperor to eliminate the plague. Perhaps it was the ghost in the pond in front of the door. It looked a little like the Taj Mahal. The Cathedral of St. Stefan, in the style of Gothic art flourishing, is one of the landmarks of Vienna with its towering South tower. The nearby plague pillar was also the prayer pillar of an earlier Habsburg emperor. The Baroque style, the Trinity, was everywhere. This is the highest Memorial pillar in the city, representing the piety of the monarch. Another Baroque church, St. Peter, came across us unexpectedly.
The first stop in Vienna is this place. The church is a toll-paying attraction. Unfortunately, in winter, the church is being repaired. In fact, in winter, Charlie's church is snow-white outside. There is no water in the pool. It is covered with a thick layer of snow. The statues outside the church are partly covered with snow. Photos taken of Bistifen Cathedral It's much better.
Charlie Church is the first church we have ever passed by when we got off the plane. In winter, there is snow outside the church. There is no water in the fountain outside the church. It's covered with white snow. The church is charged. It's been decorated recently.