Vienna City Hall, a typical new Gothic landmark building, is magnificent and layered. It was built in 1872 and completed in 1883. The old town hall in place of Wipplingerstrasse Street. This comes from the architect Friedrich. von. Schmidt. This design has been selected by the competent authorities in many of the best designs for bidding. In the middle is a huge central steeple with two lower side towers on each side. The most attractive features of its front are the tall arched window edges with delicate and elegant graphics and curved balconies. Above the eaves of the window edges stood a very conspicuous three-metre-high warrior statue, dressed in armour and armed with a spear. It was designed by Franz Gastell. People are familiar with the term Rathausman. The building has seven courtyards, and the annual summer concert is held in the Arkadenhof courtyard. On the first floor, two luxurious stairs lead to the Festsaal.
The City Hall of Vienna is a very grand new Gothic building. There are five minarets on the front of the city hall. The middle tower is 98 meters high. Built in 1872 and completed in 1873, the City Hall is a typical new Gothic building. Its arches, galleries, balconies, pointed windows, luxurious sculptures all reflect the typical style of the new Gothic. The 98-metre tower in front of the hall is regarded as the mascot of Vienna. The environment around the city hall and the city hall is very beautiful.
The City Hall of Vienna is a building similar to the ancient Roman era in Italy. The sculpture at the entrance is very beautiful and lifelike. There is a golden coat, which is vivid in the sunshine. The tram at the entrance is also very interesting. It is very similar to old Shanghai. It jingles between cities, bringing a different feeling to tourists.
Vienna City Hall, a typical new Gothic architecture, has a kind of inexplicable admiration for such buildings. Walking in the streets of Vienna, I feel infinite emotion why any building is so magnificent, just like living in a fairy tale world. The five spires at the top of the city hall are very noticeable, and the one in the middle is even more spectacular. On Christmas Eve, the city hall square was full of fairs. The festival atmosphere was very strong and lively. All kinds of Christmas dresses were very lovely. Although Vienna in winter is less set off by blue sky and white clouds, this beautiful scene is also a different experience. Opposite the City Hall is the Castle Opera House.
In the evening, when I went there, I happened to be doing activities, skating around a big arena, and there were many snack stands. Many people borrowed skates to skate. They were very high and they felt very funny. The layout is also very beautiful. It's worth visiting.
As a landmark building, Vienna City Hall is a magnificent building with a spire, opposite the Castle Theatre. When we went, we just caught up with PlayStation to do some activities, as if we had to get in by ticket. In front of the square, many people dress up as characters in the game. Monday to Friday can be visited inside the City Hall.
Vienna City Hall is absolutely a popular place on the evening of the Summer Music Festival! It's quiet everywhere during the day and crowds are bubbling in the evening. People clash shoulders and eat, drink beer, chat, listen to music and enjoy life at the bar stall in front of the city hall. The concerts here are not live performances, but some of the classic plays of the past are shown on giant screens. It's like playing open-air movies in the family area of the courtyard in the eighties and nineties. It's very artistic.