Church Of The Teutonic OrderCurrently Closed
- Address: Singerstraße 7, 1010 Wien, Austria, Vienna
- Timings: 07:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +431-5121065
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Church, Religious Site, Family And Kids, Architecture
Church Of The Teutonic Order - Review
Also known as the church of Saint Elisabeth of Hungary, this is the mother church of the Teutonic order which is a German based Roman Catholic Religious order organised towards the end of the 12th century. Built as the Gothic style of architecture, this church was built in 14th century and was consecrated to St. Elisabeth of Hungary. In the 18th century, it was remodelled in Baroque style of architecture although the Gothic origins can still be seen and noticed.
Church Of The Teutonic Order Ticket Prices
- Entry is free.
Church Of The Teutonic Order Hours
- Open on all days of the week.
How To reach Church Of The Teutonic Order by Public Transport
- By Subway station: Stephansplatz
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Church Of The Teutonic Order, Vienna Reviews
In the forecourt next to the entrance to this atmospheric little church, a memorial records that Mozart lived here between March 18 and May 2, 1781. The young genius was here for only a few weeks but it was a decisive period for Mozart as it was during this time that he clashed with his employer, the Archbishop of Salzburg. As a result, the 25-year old Mozart resigned and decided to remain in Vienna as a freelance artist. It was a self-assured and courageous decision in light of the fact that most of the savings of the former child prodigy had been exhausted. It marked the beginning of a turbulent decade with great artistic successes, a happy marriage, children, wealth and respect combined with failures, intrigues, illness, debts and a premature death. Johannes Brahms also lived on the top floor of the building between 1863 and 1865. In the courtyard of the Deutschordenshaus, where you can visit the Treasury of the Teutonic Order, there are windows with old, wrought-iron lattice. Behind the windows is a small 18th century concert hall where the Mozart Ensemble Vienna performs concerts. Walk through the second courtyard (the summer location of a relaxed outdoor cafe) to return to Singerstrasse. Continue left a few yards to Blutgasse. Time seems to have come to a standstill in the picturesque courtyards of numbers 9 and 3. The view from the window into this courtyard inspired Wenzel Müller (1767-1835) to compose the song titled: “Kommt ein Vogerl geflogen”. At the end of Blutgasse you come to Domgasse. A CITY WALK BY TITA BÜTTNER
Beauty that is often overlooked.
Couldn't get inside because it was closed and it has very special hours when it is open. Tuesday, Thursday Saturday 10-12 am. Wednesday, Friday 3-5 pm.
Must add that next to this very old church is the Sala Terrana where the Mozart Ensemble play ...NOT at the Mosarthaus !!!
Lovely intime koncert, in the house where Mozart lived and worked