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Reviewed July 11, 2018

Admission to the church is free and it is worth a quick peek ahead of a visit to the famous Kapuzinergruft (the imperial crypt) next door – see separate review. This small church is simply decorated (no stucco) apart from the high altar. On the...More

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Reviewed June 21, 2018 via mobile

A place full of historical events and bedchamber for historical characters. Besides the church itself, you will have an opportunity to see where Habsburg dinasty rest. You will find so many interesting facts that the time can stop. It's a home of Viennese history and...More

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Reviewed June 4, 2018

Really quaint church with interesting history, recently restored areas to bring back to a good condition. Lovely collection of musical performances regularly and a very nice space to perform in. Worth popping in for a visit.

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Reviewed January 22, 2018

We visited the church and the basement where the royals are laid to rest. Overall, it was an amazing visit ... better with a guided tour, but we missed the tour, and leaving the next day, so we just went in and looked around. A...More

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Reviewed January 14, 2018

We were on our way to Oberlaa Cafe when we saw this brown facade of the Capuchin church. Inside it was decorated in the Baroque style. We loved it's façade and the beautiful architecture

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Reviewed January 6, 2018

The Capuchin Church (Kapuzinerkirche) is a church and monastery run by the Order of Friars Minor Capuchin. This church is famous for containing the Imperial Crypt, the final resting place for members of the House of Habsburg. The official name of the church is Church...More

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Reviewed December 21, 2017

The church itself is plain and non-descript on the outside and small and unassuming on the inside. Definitely worth a quick look. The most important aspect of the church is the burial crypt beneath the church. A left side entrance leads to the underground crypt....More

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Reviewed October 2, 2017

The outside of this church is very simple but yet was selected by the royal Habsburg dynasty to be the location of there final resting place. The tombs (separate entrance from the church - Crypt) are peace of art that might not be suitable for...More

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Reviewed September 3, 2017

This is rather an insignificant church compared to the grand churches that Vienna has. the outside is quite plain and the inside is similar, being painted white and with minimal decoration really. The most ornate part is the high altar which is made of inlaid...More

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Reviewed June 23, 2017

I was intrigued to learn that this nondescript looking church was the burial place of the Hapsburg royal dynasty however I could see no point in paying seven euros to see many of tombs which would have no meaning for me despite the fact that...More

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Inner City
In Vienna's best-known district, pedestrian boulevards
Kärntner Strasse and Graben connect you with landmarks
such as the Wiener Staatsoper (Vienna State Opera),
Vienna’s iconic Stephansdom (St. Stephen’s Cathedral)
and the vast compound of Hofburg, the Habsburgs’
former Imperial Palace. Peek down side streets such as
Annagasse and Weihburggasse, and Graben’s Seilergasse
and Habsburggasse, to get a feel for the center. The
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