Built by Hildebrandt in 1716, Palais Kinsky has a classic baroque facade and its highlight is an elaborate three-storey stairway off to...
University Main Building
Founded in 1365, Vienna’s venerable university was the first in the German-speaking countries. Today it has about 92,500 students. Grand...
At the northern end of Herrengasse, the Schottenkirche (Church of the Scots) was founded by Benedictine monks probably originating from...
Freud, Mahler and Marlene Dietrich all had a soft spot for this coffee house, which opened its doors in 1873. Today, it attracts both...
Vestibül, which takes pride of place in the southern wing of the Burgtheater, is a heady mix of marble columns and stucco topped off...
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Beethoven Pasqualatihaus information
Beethoven made the 4th floor of this house his residence from 1804 to 1814 (he apparently occupied around 80 places in his 35 years in Vienna, but thankfully not all of them are museums!) and during that time composed Symphonies 4, 5 and 7 and the opera Fidelio, among other works.
His two rooms (plus another two from a neighbouring apartment) have been converted into a museum, which is lightly filled with photos, articles and a handful of his personal belongings. The house is named after its long-time owner Josef Benedikt Freiherr von Pasqualati.