Kirche am Steinhof - Vienna
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Directions to Kirche am Steinhof
It is located outside the city centre, and as located on top of the Baumgartner Höhe (quite a big hill) you will have to do some walking if you are planning to come by public transport - other wise, the taxi is a good alternative.
The church is really worth a visit, both inside and outside - it is full of Jugenstil treasures! We strongly recommend to join a tour if you are an art nouveau lover - you can book a really interesting 'Jugendstil Tour' here: from April till October, every Wednesday from 2 p.m. The meeting point for this tour is the foyer of the Director‟s Building - it is clearly marked, just follow the signs. Adults: € 12 , the duration is 1.5-2 hours. The tour can be organised in many different languages - best thing to do is to call them to set up an appointment.
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