Outline of Vienna

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Coat of arms of Vienna

The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to Vienna:

Vienna – capital of Austria and one of its nine states. It is the country's largest city, with over 1.8 million residents[1] within an area of 414.65 km2 (160.10 sq mi). Vienna has a rich heritage and is considered one of the most livable cities in the world. It is the cultural center of Austria and a popular tourist destination, attracting over 6.8 million visitors per year.[2] Having become the home of many musical luminaries throughout music's classical period (and later), including Mozart and Beethoven, Vienna is known as the City of Music.[3]

General reference[edit]

Geography of Vienna[edit]

Geography of Vienna

Vienna is located in Austria
Location within Austria
Coordinates: 48°12′N 16°22′E / 48.200°N 16.367°E / 48.200; 16.367

Location of Vienna[edit]

Environment of Vienna[edit]

Vienna floodplain
The Danube in Vienna

Natural geographic features of Vienna[edit]

Areas of Vienna[edit]

Districts of Vienna

Locations in Vienna[edit]

Bridges in Vienna[edit]

Bridges over the Danube

City walls of Vienna[edit]

Cultural and exhibition centres in Vienna[edit]

Monuments and memorials in Vienna[edit]

Museums and galleries in Vienna[edit]

Imperial Crown, Orb, and Sceptre of Austria, kept in the Imperial Treasury
The Belvedere palace
The Gloriette in the Schönbrunn Palace Garden

Museums in Vienna

Palaces and villas in Vienna[edit]

Parks and gardens in Vienna[edit]

Public squares in Vienna[edit]

Religious buildings in Vienna[edit]

Secular buildings in Vienna[edit]

Streets in Vienna[edit]

Theatres in Vienna[edit]

Towers in Vienna[edit]

Demographics of Vienna[edit]

Demographics of Vienna

Government and politics of Vienna[edit]

Politics of Vienna

Law and order in Vienna[edit]

International relations of Vienna[edit]

History of Vienna[edit]

History of Vienna

History of Vienna, by period or event[edit]

Timeline of Vienna

Franz Joseph I of Austria, the longest-reigning Emperor of Austria. Under his rule the city experienced rapid growth and an unprecedented flowering of the arts and architecture

History of Vienna, by subject[edit]

Culture of Vienna[edit]

Culture of Vienna

Arts in Vienna[edit]

Architecture of Vienna[edit]

Architecture of Vienna

Cinema of Vienna[edit]

Literature of Vienna[edit]

Music of Vienna[edit]

Musikverein, the Golden Hall
Ludwig van Beethoven, spent much of his professional life in Vienna

Music of Vienna

Theatre of Vienna[edit]

Theatre of Vienna

Visual arts of Vienna[edit]

Beethoven Frieze, a painting by Gustav Klimt, one of the founders of the Vienna Secession art movement

Cuisine of Vienna[edit]

The original Sachertorte, as served at Vienna's Hotel Sacher

Cuisine of Vienna

Grafenegg Festival, the open-air stage "Wolkenturm"
Otto Wagner, Austrian architect who contributed many landmarks to his home town Vienna

Events in Vienna[edit]

Events in Vienna

Languages of Vienna[edit]

Languages of Vienna

Media in Vienna[edit]

Media in Vienna

People of Vienna[edit]

Sir Karl Popper, born in Vienna in 1902, played an important role in establishing the philosophy of science

People of Vienna

Philosophy of Vienna[edit]

Philosophy of Vienna

Religion in Vienna[edit]

Interior of the St. Stephen's Cathedral

Religion in Vienna

Sports in Vienna[edit]

The FK Austria Wien team in 2011
The SK Rapid Wien team in 2010

Sport in Vienna

Economy and infrastructure of Vienna[edit]

Austria Center Vienna (ACV)
The Wiener Riesenrad, one of Vienna's most popular tourist attractions

Economy of Vienna

Transportation in Vienna[edit]

S1 cityjet EMU at Floridsdorf station
U2 train at the Donaustadtbrücke
E2 type tramcar

Transportation in Vienna

Rail transport in Vienna[edit]

Rail transport in Vienna

Education in Vienna[edit]

Main building of the University of Vienna

Education in Vienna

Healthcare in Vienna[edit]

Healthcare in Vienna

See also[edit]


External links[edit]

Wikimedia Atlas of Vienna

Official websites
History of Vienna
Further information on Vienna