Staying in Vienna for one night, the biggest gain is to learn about the Habsburgs. Vienna is beautiful, with many celebrity legends and stories. As one of the centers of Europe in the 18th to 19th centuries, her history is well preserved and worthy We learn
The Emperor Nagu Church in Vienna, where the Habsburg family has been buried for more than 400 years~ all kinds of domineering! The sculptures are also very beautiful and complicated. The Austrian emperor family feels that they have always been prosperous and wealthy before!
Many people don't know this place; some people don't want to come even if they know it. In fact, almost all members of the Habsburg family are buried here, and this family has influenced the entire European history for nearly a thousand years. Here you can see the coffins of many famous people, such as Queen Teresa and Princess Sissi's family of three. Nowadays, there are still flowers to commemorate them.
Habsburgs bone church Stephen church not far distance, is a brown roof church, low-key ordinary architectural appearance, but here is buried in the heart of most of the habsburg family, here also can see the sissi was buried in the coffin.
A nice church. Be sure to visit the crypt - lots of elaborate coffins of famous royalty.
The church with a very low-key appearance, the Kaisergruft is on the right, and a kind old man is in charge of selling tickets. Going down to the entrance of the tomb, I still feel a little scared. The coffins are large and small, and the parallel ones are very domineering. Franz, Princess Sissi, and the eldest son Rudolph have a relatively independent tomb. Seeing that the collateral line of the Habsburg family still has successors. . . I feel that I need to bask in the sun when I come out of the tomb (>_<)