St. Rupert's Church, Vienna
About St. Rupert's Church, Vienna
St. Rupert's Church, Vienna - Address, Phone Number
Address: Ruprechtspl. 1, 1010 Wien, Austria
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
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Dedicated to Saint Rupert of Salzburg who is considered to be the patron saint of the salt merchants of Vienna, this church stands in the category of the oldest churches that still adorn the city till today. This church has stood ever since 740 in the oldest part of the city and is a must visit if you wish to understand the historicity of Vienna better. Although an old church, it has seen refurbishing, the latest being the addition of beautiful new stained-glass windows, the work of Lydia Roppolt, which were installed here in 1993. As for the architecture of the church, it is built in Gothic style, however, the tower and nave remain of Romanesque style.
St. Rupert's Church Ticket Prices
- Entry is free.
St. Rupert's Church Opening and Closing Hours
- For mass timings and exhibitions, refer the website.
How To reach St. Rupert's Church by Public Transport
- By Bus station: Wien Morzinplatz
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Very nice old Church. I uploaded an image with the timetable so you can visit it inside free of charge
The oldest church in Vienna, dating back to the 12th century! This chruch is really well preserved and open to the public. It is not permanently accessible so look up their opening hours.
Lovely 12th century church in central Vienna
Very nice historic place in the center of Vienna
Unexpected church in the middle of Vienna. We loved it as it cuts from the rest of the ornate architecture and the Gothic churches. It certainly has an atmosphere of its own. Careful though, you need to go up a few steps to get there so it's not wheelchair or stroller friendly.
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