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Country Austria

Brutalism 1958
St. Pius X Parish Church
Brutalism
Sparkasse Sauerbrunn
Brutalism 1974
Church of the Holy Trinity (Wotrubakirche / Kirche zur Heiligen Dreifaltigkeit)
Brutalism 1966
Terrassenhaussiedlung
Brutalism 1970
Oblates of St. Paul’s Monastery
Brutalism
Volksschule Mönchhof
Brutalism 1972
Kulturzentrum Mattersburg
Brutalism 1971
Hospital Oberwart
World Heritage Site 1996
Historic Centre of the City of Salzburg

Salzburg has managed to preserve an extraordinarily rich urban fabric, developed over the period from the Middle Ages to the 19th century when it was a city-state ruled by a prince-archbishop. Its Flamboyant Gothic art attracted many craftsmen and artis…

Brutalism 1967
Council Memory Church
World Heritage Site 2001
Fertö / Neusiedlersee Cultural Landscape

The Fertö/Neusiedler Lake area has been the meeting place of different cultures for eight millennia. This is graphically demonstrated by its varied landscape, the result of an evolutionary symbiosis between human activity and the physical environme…

World Heritage Site 1998
Semmering Railway

The Semmering Railway, built over 41 km of high mountains between 1848 and 1854, is one of the greatest feats of civil engineering from this pioneering phase of railway building. The high standard of the tunnels, viaducts and other works has ensured the…

Brutalism
Easter Church (Osterkirche)
Brutalism 1966
Thermal Bath Felsentherme
Brutalism 1969
Maria Annunciation (Maria Verkündigung) Glanzing
Brutalism 1962
Glaubenskirche
Brutalism
DEMOLISHED
Retirement Home St. Martin
Brutalism
St. Johann Kapistran
World Heritage Site 1997
Hallstatt-Dachstein / Salzkammergut Cultural Landscape

Human activity in the magnificent natural landscape of the Salzkammergut began in prehistoric times, with the salt deposits being exploited as early as the 2nd millennium BC. This resource formed the basis of the area’s prosperity up to the middle…

World Heritage Site 2001
Historic Centre of Vienna

Vienna developed from early Celtic and Roman settlements into a Medieval and Baroque city, the capital of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. It played an essential role as a leading European music centre, from the great age of Viennese Classicism through the …

World Heritage Site 1996
Palace and Gardens of Schönbrunn

From the 18th century to 1918, Schönbrunn was the residence of the Habsburg emperors. It was designed by the architects Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach and Nicolaus Pacassi and is full of outstanding examples of decorative art. Together with its…

Brutalism
Volksschule Schützen am Gebirge
Brutalism 1968
Congress Center Thermenkongress
World Heritage Site 2000
Wachau Cultural Landscape

The Wachau is a stretch of the Danube Valley between Melk and Krems, a landscape of high visual quality. It preserves in an intact and visible form many traces – in terms of architecture, (monasteries, castles, ruins), urban design, (towns and villages)…

Brutalism 1963
Parish of the Good Shepherd (Pfarrkirche Zum Guten Hirten)
Brutalism 1963
Mariannhill Boarding School
Brutalism 1964
Middle School and High School
World Heritage Site 2021
The Great Spa Towns of Europe

This transnational property comprises 11 towns, located in seven European countries: Baden bei Wien (Austria); Spa (Belgium); Františkovy Lázně (Czechia); Karlovy Vary (Czechia); Mariánské Lázně (Czechia); Vichy (France); Bad Ems (Germany)…

World Heritage Site 1999
City of Graz – Historic Centre and Schloss Eggenberg

The City of Graz – Historic Centre and Schloss Eggenberg bear witness to an exemplary model of the living heritage of a central European urban complex influenced by the secular presence of the Habsburgs and the cultural and artistic role played by…

Brutalism 1974
Boarding School
Brutalism 1959
German Embassy Vienna
World Heritage Site 2007
Ancient and Primeval Beech Forests of the Carpathians and Other Regions of Europe

This transboundary property stretches over 12 countries. Since the end of the last Ice Age, European Beech spread from a few isolated refuge areas in the Alps, Carpathians, Dinarides, Mediterranean and Pyrenees over a short period of a few thousand year…

World Heritage Site 2011
Prehistoric Pile Dwellings around the Alps

This serial property of 111 small individual sites encompasses the remains of prehistoric pile-dwelling (or stilt house) settlements in and around the Alps built from around 5000 to 500 B.C. on the edges of lakes, rivers or wetlands. Excavations, only c…

Brutalism
Pädagogische Akademie (today: Graz International Bilingual School)
Brutalism
Großwarasdorf School
Brutalism 1976
Stockerau Train Station
Brutalism 1965
WIFI (Institute for Economic Development) with Dormitory Tower
Brutalism 1963
Oberbaumgartner Parish Church
Brutalism
Volksschule Dopschstraße
Brutalism 1966
Campus Technik, University of Innsbruck
Brutalism 1971
Residential Highrise, Althofenstraße
Brutalism
Türkenhain Apartments
Brutalism 1976
Sport and School Center
World Heritage Site 2021
Frontiers of the Roman Empire – The Danube Limes (Western Segment)

It covers almost 600km of the whole Roman Empire’s Danube frontier. The property formed part of the much large frontier of the Roman Empire that encircled the Mediterranean Sea. The Danube Limes (Western Segment) reflects the specificities of this par…