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      • The Donaustadt district is situated in the northeast part of Vienna and is the largest of the districts by area, occupying about one-quarter of the Vienna city area, 102.24 square kilometres (39.48 sq mi).
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    The Donaustadt district is situated in the northeast part of Vienna and is the largest of the districts by area, occupying about one-quarter of the Vienna city area, 102.24 square kilometres (39.48 sq mi).

    • 102.34 km² (39.51 sq mi)
    • Vienna
    • A-1220
    • Austria
  3. › mapsgeography › viennadistrictsVienna’s districts (Bezirk)

    Aug 03, 2021 · The area roughly equates to the city as it was before the fortified walls came down in the 19th century. The districts immediately surrounding the centre: 1020 – the 2nd district (Leopoldstadt). Opposite the first district on the other side of the Donaukanal arm of the Danube.

    • District 1 – Innere Stadt – 1010
    • District 2 – Leopoldstadt – 1020
    • District 3 – Landstraße – 1030
    • District 4 – Wieden – 1040
    • District 5 – Margareten – 1050
    • District 6 – Mariahilf – 1060
    • District 7 – Neubau – 1070
    • District 8 – Josefstadt – 1080
    • District 9 – Alsergrund – 1090
    • District 10 – Favoriten – 1100

    The main, central district located in the geographical center of Vienna. Home to Stephan Platz (Stephansplatz) and St. Stephen’s Cathedral (Stephansdom). This is the main tourist flocking district with many important landmarks and high-end shopping and dining areas. It is a part of the Old Town and has couple of pedestrian areas popular with tourists and Vienna resident alike. Innere Stadt is circled with Ringstraße, spacious boulevard following the route of former city walls. The first district is a home to Kunsthistorisches (Art History) and Naturhistorisches (Natural History) museums, National Library and several other important museums. The district has many palace buildings, mostly from 19th and early 20th century: Palais Niederösterreich, Palais Dietrichstein, Stadtalais Liechtenstein, Palais Porcia, Palais Starhemberg, Palais Esterhazy, Hochhaus Herrengasse and main ne being The Hofburg.

    Leopoldstadt is the district on the island between the Danube and the Donaukanal. It shares the island with 20nd district, Brigittenau. It is home of Praterstern, city’s busiest traffic node, and Prater Park with Viennese Giant Ferris Wheel. Second districts has several more landmarks and attractions such as: Augarten park with Palais Augarten and Porcelain Factory, Wiener Sängerknaben (Vienna Boys′ Choir, also in Palais Augarten), Carmelite Church (Karmeliterkirche), Karmelitermarkt, Produktenbörse (Corn Exchange) and Kirche St. Leopold. Leopoldstadt has a strong Jewish heritageand also unfortunate history as Jewish people were gathered from here to be send to the concentration camps during the Holocausts. Today, Jewish presence in culture and commerce is revived and thriving in the second district. The second district has very central position and it is well connected to the city center, so it is very popular residential area as well, with much lower rent than 1st district.

    Landstraße is next to Innere Stadt (district 1), right on the right side of the Donaukanal. It includes Belvedere Palace and central train station of Vienna, Wien Mitte. Apart from Belvedere, there are few notable cultural institutions in this districts as well: Kunsthaus Wien, Hundertwasserhaus Wien, Akademietheater, Konzerthaus and Heeresgeschichtliches Museum. There are also several palaces of historical importance: Schwarzenberg Palace, Palais Schwarzenberg, Palais Wittgenstein and Palais Rasumofsky. Third district also have several churches from different denominations and architectural styles: Gardekirche, Elisabethinenkirche, Rochuskirche Church, Kirche Maria Geburt and the Russian Orthodox Church. From other landmarks, it is worth mentioning Schwarzenbergplatz Square with Hochquellbrunnen Fountain, and the Soviet War Memorial.

    Wieden is one of the small Vienna districts. It is located south to the city center and includes Karlsplatz with famous Karlskirche and also the Vienna University of Technology. Notable attractions and landmark also include Wien Museum, Naschmarkt, Theklakirche, Paulanerkirche and Elisabethkirche. This district is popular with tourist in the area of Karlsplatz and Naschmarkt.

    Margareten and Wieden were one district until 1861. It is a small district, almost identical in size with Wieden. Famous for being a home to Austrian Society and Economy Museum, known globally for introduction of Vienna Method, data visualization method. This district also has history in labor and workers movement all the way before WWII. It was greatly destroyed during WWII and rebuilding of it took some time. Today, the district has its charm and you can find very cheap rental and very near to the city center.

    This is another of the smaller Vienna districts, part of the central city area. Popular with shopping and dining area along Mariahilfer Straße and also includes Haus des MeeresAqua Terra Zoo, Vienna aquarium. Academy of Fine Artsis located in this district, and this is a reason in somewhat bohemian feel in the area, since district is filled with small art galleries and art and artisan souvenir shops. Theater an der Wien is also in Mariahilf district. Mozart‘s Magic Flute was first performed there. Joseph Haydn, another famous classical composer, lived in Mariahilf area. He lived near the Kirche St. Aegyd, which is now affectionately called Haydnkirche. Another notable church in the area is Mariahilfer Church, Baroque style church from 18th century. Mariahilf is a district popular with tourist also because offers many streets for walking and wandering around and looking at the small shops or have coffee break in one of many cafes.

    Neubau is another small district, but it is a host to the Museumsquartier, a large museum and gallery complex. Leopold Museum, MUMOK, Kunsthalle Wien, Architekturzentrum, ZOOM Kindermuseum and MQ POINT are just selected top cultural institution of about 60 located in the area, which makes it one of the biggest in Europe. Many cafes, bars and restaurants in the area are making visit to Neubau enjoyable and you can always expect some street performance in and around Museumsquartier, especially in summer. Other than Museumsquartier, the 7th district also is a home to Volkstheater, ‘people’s theatre’, built in 19th century, Hofmobiliendepot, museum of Imperial furniture and Stiftskaserne, former monastery turned into military base that had some dark history, especially during WWII. As in the rest of central Vienna, there are several churches in the area: Altlerchenfelder Church, Lazaristenkirche Church and Ulrichskirche Church.

    Josefstadt is the smallest one of the Vienna districts. It is situated adjacent to the Rathaus, and close to the Austrian Parliament and the University of Vienna. The district is mostly residential, but there are still number of landmarks to visit. There are several palaces in the area: Palais Schönborn, hosting Österreichische Volkskundemuseum, a Museum of folk art and culture; Palais Auersperg, Palais Trautson, Palais Damian and Palais Strozzi. There is a district museum with works of Klimt; Theater in der Josefstadt and Vienna International Theatreare two established performing arts institutions. There are also several small cabaret and small theater scenes around the district. There are three notable churches in the district: Piaristenkirche Church, Dreifaltigkeitskirche and Mechitaristenkirche.

    Alsergrund is the last of the inner districts and it closes the circle around city center. It is the area of the General Hospital and Vienna Medical University district, and also Sigmund Freud’s Museum. From other attractions in this district, we can mention: Votivkirche Church, Palais Liechtenstein (owned by royal family of Liechtenstein) and Roßauer Kaserne, large building which hosted military base in the past.

    Favoriten is one of the larger districts with largest population so far. It is located in the southern part of Vienna. On its northern border, there is main train station, Wien Hauptbahnhof, and Vienna’s thermal spain its southern part. From notable landmarks in this district we can mention following: Spinnerin am Kreuz, a rare Gothic shrine, depicting several scenes from the Bible; churches – Oberlaa, Laarberg and Salvatorkirche; Starhemberg Kaserne, army base built at the beginning of the 20th century, and 19th century water tower, construction of a historical importance.

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  5. Donaustadt (literally, Danube City) is the 22nd district of Vienna, Austria (German: 22. Bezirk, Donaustadt). Donaustadt is the eastern fourth of Vienna. Located at 48.2181, 16.4831 (Lat. / Lng.), about 5 miles away. Wikipedia Article Donaustadt, Districts of Vienna Vienna International School

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