Vienna Central Cemetery. The Vienna Central Cemetery ( German: Wiener Zentralfriedhof) is one of the largest cemeteries in the world by number of interred, and is the most well-known cemetery among Vienna 's nearly 50 cemeteries. The cemetery's name is descriptive of its significance as Vienna's biggest cemetery, not of its geographic location ...
- 2.4 square kilometres (590 acres)
- over 330,000 graves
- Simmering, Vienna, Austria
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The one in Vienna is the obvious primary meaning. The article may need a hatnote for the currently only other such named cemetery, Zentralfriedhof Friedrichsfelde. -- Michael Bednarek ( talk) 12:52, 14 May 2010 (UTC) But Zentralfriedhof outside Vienna is the most well-known graveyard or cemetary in the world today.
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The Vienna City Memorial is a memorial located at the Vienna Central Cemetery and dedicated to "the victims for a free Austria 1934–1945". It was donated by the City of Vienna, designed by Fritz Cremer, Wilhelm Schütte and Margarete Schütte-Lihotzky and handed over to the public by Mayor Theodor Körner on 1 November 1948.
St. Charles Borromeo Cemetery Church. St. Charles Borromeo Cemetery Church (German: Friedhofskirche zum heiligen Karl Borromäus) is a Roman Catholic church in the Vienna Central Cemetery in the 11th district, Simmering. It was constructed from 1908 to 1911 to designs by the architect Max Hegele. The church is a listed building.