Church of the Jesuits (Universitatskirche), Vienna

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Church of the Jesuits (Universitatskirche) is located in Vienna. Arrange to visit Church of the Jesuits (Universitatskirche) and other attractions in Vienna using our Vienna holiday planner.
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  • The Church is located a bit away from the city centre. A little away from St. Stephen's Cathedral and the Hofburg Imperial Palace area few tourists. When I went there is mass or concert? Did the practice of a pipe organ. This is a very good atmosphere. Church is in a Baroque-style building belong to the Roman Catholic. Straight at the altar used pillars and marble spiral curve is very impressive and beautiful. You can see even underground rooms (coffin) depending on the time zone. Parking is in the Church before, but a few.
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  • Took us a while to locate this church but was well worth it! From the outside just looks like a normal building but once inside you can appreciate how lovely it is! 
  • The Church is located on a small square that is already a masterpiece. You can get there easily on foot from Stephansplatz. Admission is free. The Church is not so great but is a jewel of the Baroque, richly decorated with friezes, columns, marble and many altars that are of genuine masterpieces. Looks a lot like the Church of St Ignatius of Loyola in Rome. In fact, the artist who painted the ceiling is the same Andrea Pozzo who frescoed the cupola of the Church in Rome.
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