Viennese facades in pics

What do you seek when travelling? I’m trying to observe the pattern of the city. Does it ring any bells? Let me show you what I mean. The white neoclassical facades in Vienna are just perfectly suitable for patterns seekers. 🙂 Scroll down to see for yourself (and then you can try to persuade me that this is not just an absolutely splendid city  😉 ). #whoisobssesedhere

A little side note 
Naturally, I took all the photos by myself, mostly during the September and October 2016.
And as for the technical side of things, since I am still wishing for a proper camera (b-day approaching!), these 12 wallpaper material babies were taken on my Windows phone. Which is definitely not the hottest information to share, just an honest fact. :p
The link in the photo description drives you to Google Maps, so you can stop by the same places when in Vienna.

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Everybody has a favourite building in each city, right?  Lugeck 4, 1010 Wien

 

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Judenplatz, 1010 Wien

 

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Belvedere, Prinz Eugen-Strasse 27, 1030 Wien

 

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Somewhere around Blutgasse, you’ve got to put some extra effort finding it 😛

 

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Karlskirche, 1040 Wien

 

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Paniglgasse 18-20, 1040 Wien
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One more Belvedere, Prinz Eugen-Strasse 27, 1030 Wien

 

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The so-called most magnificent way to approach Stephansdom, Churhausgasse, 1010 Wien

 

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Prinz Eugen-Strasse 27, 1030 Wien

 

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Judenplatz, 1010 Wien ..as my new favourite

 

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Main building of TU Wien, 1040 Wien

 

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Karlskirche, 1040 Wien

I would love to see your jewels captured in this gorgeous city, if you are up for sharing! Super curious. 🙂  And if you didn’t have enough of the Viennese facades, you are more than welcome to find some more on my Instagram feed.
Love, Andrea 💚

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18 Comments Add yours

  1. I love the way you give links to the places you photographed, I never thought of doing that! Thanks for sharing 🙂

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    1. urbantwists says:

      Thanks Lauren! 😊 I thought it might be useful but we will see later if someone tries that out

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  2. Vienna looks like a beautiful city, and I think your photos look great!! I, too, like to capture photos of architecture when I travel. A lot of these buildings have so much character. I considered getting a better camera to use in the place of my phone, but a lot of them are so bulky, and I try not to do or wear anything that screams TOURIST! Lol.

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    1. urbantwists says:

      hahah that is so true!! 😃 exactly what I’m thinking of.. then you should definitely visit Vienna, Im sure you’ll like it 🙂

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  3. photojeepers says:

    You know it’s not the ‘camera’ – it’s the person behind the camera that makes a good photo. You captured the architecture and feeling of the place perfectly! Love the links to the Google map.

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    1. urbantwists says:

      Thank YOU sooo much for your words, it’s honestly very kind of you 🙂 all the best!

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  4. Brianne L says:

    So beautiful! I would love to visit Vienna. That architecture is absolutely stunning. I also think your photos turned out great!

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    1. urbantwists says:

      Thank you Brianne! 🙂 I cannot recommend Vienna more, especially for archi lovers 😉

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  5. Wow! These are absolutely beautiful. I love looking at the beautiful architecture of European cities. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. urbantwists says:

      Thank you for your comment Shannalyn! Hope to show you some more of the European architecture soon 🙂

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  6. wanderingchocobo says:

    Lovely photos, you can do a lot with a little camera! I was just in Vienna for a day and wish I spent more time looking at the beautiful architecture. It is such a grand city and you captured it perfectly!

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    1. urbantwists says:

      Thank you! very nice of you 🙂 I can imagine how you feel, Vienna definitely deserves more than a day – hopefully you’ll get the chance to visit soon again 😉

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  7. Steph says:

    WOW! what stunning photos. You have a knack for highlighting the architectural beauty of these buildings, that is for sure. 🙂

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    1. urbantwists says:

      Thank you so much Steph! :)) I wish I could send this as a reference for the architectural universities hahah. thanks 😛

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  8. Carola says:

    I have not been to Vienna, yet. But I absolutely agree: You learn a lot about a city by just walking around and finding patterns in the architecture. That’s why I tend to use my feet as means of transport and then just get lost 🙂

    Happy continued travels!
    C

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    1. urbantwists says:

      Exactly as you said, Carola, I agree with this tactics 😉 Hope you can make it to Vienna soon to confirm it yourself. Thanks a lot and safe travels to you too! 🙂

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  9. Diana Chen says:

    Vienna is truly so beautiful and such a sophisticated looking city. I remember even the H&M there was gold plated. Would love to return one day!

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    1. urbantwists says:

      Absolutely agree! You totally sense the imperial feeling in the streets 🙂 thank you for your comment DIana

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