Am Schlosspark Zum Kurfuerst
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- Continental Breakfast
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... took the bus (no 100) to
Alte Pinakothek. The musuem is primarily to the European masters (Albert
Durer and the 3R's - Rembrandt, Rubens and Raphael). The audio guide is
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... with St. Stephansdom at Stephanplatz with an organ of 10,000 pipes! This church began in 1358 and was completed in 1433—75 years of construction. It boasts Austria’s largest bell at 21 tons, and sports a tiled roof with chevrons on one end and the Austrian eagle on the other end. Next was the Schottenkirche (Scottish Church) ...