Full mass with organ, orchestra and choir every Sunday at 10:30 am. Mass with organ music only during the summer months.
The Church of the Jesuits (Universitatskirche) is one of the most beautiful churches in Vienna and one of our personal favourites to visit within the historic city centre area. The church was built in the early 17th century upon the site of an early chapel. However, the Baroque appearance which dominates its interior was added by Andrea Pozzo in 1703... More
This church is a must see in Vienna. The interior is more lovely than many of the larger cathedrals. We visited early Sunday morning and the choir was practicing for a Mozart concert later that day. It was one of the highlights of our visit.
This is another fine example of a beautiful early Baroque (with a twist) church in Vienna. The church is tucked away within Dr. Ignaz Seipel-Platz, which might be a bit tricky to find (just ask the locals how to reach the Universitätskirche). The interior of the church is quite opulent with beautiful marble pillars and stunning gilded ceiling with a... More
I consider the Church of the Jesuits one of the most beautiful churches in Vienna. The interior has different colors of marble and this makes the church very attractive. The large paintings are also very good.
plain from the outside, you might not even notice it, but it is beautiful inside. One of our favorites. Gold, ornate, marble free! stop in
This church is usually left off of visitor recommendations as it is small and there isn't a tour that I know of. On the flip side, it is free to enter and walk around. The outside is plain, but the interior is richly decorated with marble columns, huge frescoes and gold gilded everything. This church seems to escape the general... More
The early Baroque façade of Vienna's Jesuitenkirche blends well with the surrounding architecture of the area, but the interior with its characteristically flamboyant Jesuit adornments will catapult you to all the Counter-Reformation splendor of some of Rome's finest basilicas. The ceiling fresco with its trompe l'oeil dome is reminiscent of another similar yet equally phenomenal work in Rome by the... More
A little off the touristic streets, with rather simple facade, but a true jewel inside. It's beautiful, truly beautiful inside, but more important it's a special atmosphere. I felt being "touched", the feeling I'm missing in most of modernized churches or cathedrals. If like me you have a feeling "I've seen it before" in most of the churches, try this... More
A chunk of Italian baroque in the heart of the inner stadt of Vienna. Everything is stunning and uplifting...and the trompe l'oeil paintings are the works of an Italian Jesuit master Andrea Pozzo responsible for other heavenly propaganda of the Counter-Reformation. Sunday 10:30 high masses arewith full choir and orchestra by noted composers. Blissful.
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