Heroes' Square in the Palace Heroes' Square at night Sculptures on Joseph Square
A hero square is the capital of Austria Vienna square. Many important events happened during this, one of the most famous is 1938 Hitler in the anschluss. A promenade, the archduke Karl of resisting foreign wine with his statue stands at both ends. Hero square is the outer square hofburg palace, built in the reign of emperor Franz Joseph I, is not fully completed part of the so-called "empire square".
Located in the core area of Vienna’s Hofburg Palace, the northeast of the square is the Hofburg Palace, the southeast is the New Castle Museum, the northwest is the People’s Park, where the Sissi Monument is located, and the southwest is the museum area, the Museum of Art History, etc. Located in it. The square itself is small. There is a statue on each side of the east and west. Most of the area is covered by lawn. It is the only place to visit Vienna.
The free open space is magnificent and quite spectacular
Several famous sights in the center of Vienna are very concentrated and can be visited on foot. That day, I traveled all the way from Vienna’s city hall and parliament building to Maria Theresia square, and across the road was Heroes’ Square. Heroes' Square is the outer square of the Hofburg Palace. The square is very large and the building is arc-shaped. It is too big to have a panoramic view. It needs to be divided into several parts for viewing. There is a large green lawn in front of the square, and the equestrian statue of the Austrian hero is the most eye-catching symbol on the square.