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Otto-Wagner-Pavillon Karlsplatz Austria

There are two identical buildings there. Both once were part of the station "Karlsplatz" of the Vienna "Stadtbahn" - now part of the subway system. The two pavillons were saved during the construction of a wide subway crossing (U1, U2 and U4).

The "Stadtbahn", a mix between a subway and a rapid train system, was opend in 1898. The famous architect Otto Wagner designed all bulidings - stations as well as bridges and so on. The two pavillons on Karlsplatz are special as they show more of typical Jugendstil details.

Now one pavillon is a café and the other part of the museum of Vienna, whose main building is located not far away.

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You can easyly reach the Karlsplatz by subway U1, U2 and U4 and by several tram lines. It is in walking distance from the opera. Parking is nearly impossible there.
Crowd Factor Just a few people
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Sunrise & Sunset 04:59 - 20:45 | current local time: 01:44
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