Vienna. Quiet like on Sunday morning

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Vienna. Quiet like on Sunday morning


“Vienna is ned deppert” … and stays at home too. The beauty of the Austrian capital in a photo gallery.



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Austria is also at a standstill. After Italy, it was one of the first countries to impose a curfew. In the capital, which has two million inhabitants, the emptiness looks particularly beautiful. Buildings and old buildings from the imperial period are in full splendor.

The mood is calm and decelerated. Like a Sunday morning. Most people are still at a distance on the Danube Canal. You jog or go for a walk. The city center, which is otherwise home to masses of tourists, is almost spooky at the moment.

What is remarkable about Vienna: The rush in the supermarkets has stopped. Apparently the people there understood that there was no point in stressing out. But that’s what the Viennese are ultimately known for, they rarely put themselves under stress.



The otherwise so lively town hall square appears somewhat bleak. But that's probably also due to the construction site in front of the main tower.


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The otherwise so lively town hall square appears somewhat bleak. But that’s probably also due to the construction site in front of the main tower.



The 1st district is usually full of tourists, so you rarely have time to enjoy the beauty of the old buildings.


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The 1st district is usually full of tourists, so you rarely have time to enjoy the beauty of the old buildings.



Maria-Theresien-Platz, where young people like to celebrate rave parties when the weather is nice, is empty. There are also no corona parties here.


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Maria-Theresien-Platz, where young people like to celebrate rave parties when the weather is nice, is empty. There are also no corona parties here.



In the heart of Vienna, at St. Stephen's Cathedral, there is an inhuman calm.


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In the heart of Vienna, at St. Stephen’s Cathedral, there is an inhuman calm.



Cars are also only a few on the way. The result: empty streets and more space for the light blue sky.


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Cars are also only a few on the way. The result: empty streets and more space for the light blue sky.

The Viennese stay at home and we say: Please, don’t sneak!

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