Just like every city has a crowded pedestrian street, Vienna also has such a street. This one in Vienna is called Graben Street. Even if you don't want to shop, you will pass by. The end of the road is St. Stephen's Cathedral. The center of the road also has the largest black death memorial column in Europe. It is slightly normal during the day, but it will be more charming when it is warm and cold at sunset.
The street near Graben Street is arguably the most prosperous commercial street in Vienna, full of luxury goods and another shopping haven in Vienna.
In the center of Graben Street, you can see the conspicuous column of the Black Death Memorial, the largest baroque black death column in Europe. To commemorate the 17th century European pop plague, it took almost two-thirds of the lives of people in Vienna. The reliefs and inscriptions on the memorial column remind the world: Don't forget the punishment that God once brought to the city. When each tour group passes by here, it will stop and explain here.