The pillar of the black death is also a memorial place, and the building is surrounded by the black death, and it was a big impact on Europe at that time, and it was a memorial place for many people who died and injured.
The memorial residence is located on one of the busiest shopping streets in downtown Vienna, which can be seen at a glance. Many tourist groups will visit this memorial place here, and I don’t think it is necessary to look for it.
The Black Death that is ravaging Europe is also a very important large-scale outbreak here. The Black Death is also a lot of deaths. This memorial place also looks good. You can also see a lot of important infrastructure when you come here.
The Black Death Column is located on Graben Street, not far from St. Stephen’s Cathedral. Countless people died in that catastrophe throughout Europe, so many countries will have similar pillars. However, it is quite different from the previously imagined memorial column. The memorial column does not have any depressive feeling. The memorial column is based on white, and the badge at the bottom and the statue at the top are gold, attracting many tourists to take photos.
The black death monumental columns is Europe''s largest baroque black death monumental columns, is located in the granite in the middle of the street. Historical background of the black death is one of the most serious plague in human history, was first introduced to Sicily in 1347 islands, and immediately spread in continental Europe. Sick patients appeared a lot of black spots, the process of death is very painful, there is no cure, the plague, hence the name "black death". Black death swept across Europe for many times, in 1679, the black death almost took the Vienna two-thirds of the people''s life. In memory of the victims died in the black death, the Austrian emperor ordered Mr Potter I built the statue of the black death monumental columns. The tips that monumental pillar moment of relief and the inscription on the world: don''t forget to bring the city god''s punishment.
The Black Death Column is located in the center of Grabenstrasse in the inner city of Vienna and is the largest Baroque Black Death Column in Europe. In 1679, Vienna was ravaged by the plague and almost two-thirds of the population was killed. In order to commemorate the victims, the Austrian Emperor Leopold I ordered the construction of the Black Death memorial column.
This black death memorial column, on the most luxurious street in the old city of Vienna, this sculpture describes a process of defeating the black death, with the despair of the people, the prayer of the king, and finally the process of driving the black death to hell. The carvings are exquisite and vivid.