Sackstrasse

This former cul-de-sac was once known as "Lords Close" (Herrensack) as early as 1650, because of the mansions that are still standing today including, at n° 12, the Krebsenkeller whose Renaissance arcaded courtyard has a secret and very Italian atmosphere. The former Palais Herberstein houses the Modern Art Museum (Neue Galerie), while at n° 18 the Palais Khuenburg was the birthplace of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, assassinated at Sarajevo in 1914 and now houses the Town Museum.

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Address : 

. Sackstr.

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Palais Attems
Palais Attems
Opposite the Town Museum, this is
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Mariahilf-Kirche
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Our Lady of Succour was a popular
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Franziskanerkirche
Franziskanerkirche
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Medieval Quarter
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Palais Attems
Palais Attems
Opposite the Town Museum, this is
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Mariahilf-Kirche
Mariahilf-Kirche
Our Lady of Succour was a popular
0:15
Franziskanerkirche
Franziskanerkirche
The Church of the Franciscans forms a
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See all