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  1. The Peterskirche (English: St. Peter's Church) is a Baroque Roman Catholic parish church in Vienna, Austria. It was transferred in 1970 by the Archbishop of Vienna Franz Cardinal König to the priests of the Opus Dei.

  2. Sep 20, 2023 · Highlights The Peterskirche packs an awful lot of Baroque magnificence into its oval-shaped domed area with its niches (mini chapels) and high altar. Everywhere you look inside offers a kaleidoscope of ornamental design.

  3. Located right in the heart of Vienna's city centre, not far from the cathedral, Peterskirche is a magnificent Baroque building inspired by St Peter's Basilica in Rome. While the current building dates from the 18th century, evidence shows that there has been a church in this spot for over 1600 years.

  4. Built/Opened: 1733. Location: Petersplatz, 1010 Vienna, 1 st District. Public transport: Reachable on foot from most of Innere Stadt locations. Nearest underground U1 (Stephansplatz) or buses 1A or 2A (Graben, Petersplatz) Price/ticket: Free to visit, concert tickets from $35.

  5. Peterplatz, Vienna 1010 Austria. Neighborhood: Inner City. In Vienna's best-known district, pedestrian boulevards Kärntner Strasse and Graben connect you with landmarks such as the Wiener Staatsoper (Vienna State Opera), Vienna’s iconic Stephansdom (St. Stephen’s Cathedral) and the vast compound of Hofburg, the Habsburgs’ former Imperial ...

  6. One of the city's prettiest churches, the Peterskirche was built in 1733 according to plans of the celebrated baroque architect Johann Lukas von Hildebrandt. Interior highlights that make a visit highly worthwhile include a fresco on the dome painted by Johann Michael Rottmayr and a golden altar depicting the martyrdom of St John of Nepomuk.

  7. Peterskirche is a feast for the eyes of any wanderer. You won’t regret seeing it for yourself. Peterskirche is not only beautiful, but also historic. It is the oldest church and parish in Vienna, and has been a sacred site for centuries, hosting Holy Masses since the early middle ages.

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