01-Graben, enroute from Stephansdom to PetersKirche. The street was created around 1220.
02-Monument on Graben commemorates the end of the 1697 plague.
03-PetersKirche, 1702-1733. Fabric covers facade repair work.
04-The coachman points, "On to PetersKirche." Note "WC" signs on lampposts
05-Not "Yahrzeit" as we use it. This is the "4 Seasons Fashion Store."
06-Hofburg Palace (former Imperial palace). The Michael Wing (18th century) seen from Michaeler Platz
07-Library corner at Michaeler Platz
08-Hofburg Palace entry from Michaeler Platz
09-Coach and driver in Michaeler Platz
10-Detail in arch above entry from Michaeler Platz. Date of inscription is 1893.
11-Dome of Hofburg over Michaeler Platz entry
14-Inside the Michaeler gate
15-Statue of Joseph II just inside the Michaeler gate. The inscription reads "Amorem meum populis meis," Latin for "My love is for my people."
16-Looking back, through the gate from Michaeler Platz
17-The Swiss Gate (name refers to the Swiss Guards employed by Maria Theresa, 18th century)
18-Through the Swiss gate, in the palace yard
19-Your guess is as good as mine
21-Schmetterling Haus and greenhouse
22-Greenhouse and Palmenhaus Cafe (neon sign). Burggarten (foreground) originated when Napoleon's troops blew up parts of the palace in 1809 to provide green space.
23-Burggarten, with Greenhouse and Butterfly house (left), Zweig Institut (ahead). Note the people on the far roof (left and right).
24-In particular, this window washer...
28-Museums: Ephesus (right) and Fine Arts (background).
30-Sculpture at the top of Ephesus museum
31-Albertina Museum (graphic arts). 65,000 drawings and 1,000,000 prints, including those of Albecht Durer and Gustav Klimt
32-Albertina Platz. Memorial against war and fascism. Granite elements from Mauthausen concentration camp are arranged where the Philipphof House once stood (destroyed in March 1945, killing 300).
33-Albertina Platz, 1:52 PM
35-Cafe Mozart, est. 1794
38-From my table in Cafe Mozart
39-From my table at Cafe Mozart
40-State Opera House, 1861–1869. Opened in 1869 with Mozart's Don Giovanni. Destroyed 1945, reopened 1955. This loggia survived the bombing and is original.
41-A Mozart musician
42-State Opera House. The top figure above the fountain represents the siren Lorelei, and the lower two represent dance and joy.