The typical Baroque style, the Romanesque dome is 72 meters high. Became the architectural pearl of Vienna.
Take a quick glance, it feels like a mosque, very beautiful
The Charles Church is located in the south of Vienna, on the south side of Karlsplatz, 200 meters away from the ring road. The church has a 72-meter-high blue Romanesque dome. In 1713, the Holy Roman Emperor Karl VI announced that if the terrible plague could be stopped, he would build a church. After the plague ended, he fulfilled his promise and ordered the construction of this magnificent Baroque Charles Church. Since the restoration of the overall effect of Karlsplatz in the late 1980s, the Charles Church has attracted worldwide attention due to its dome and columns with bas-reliefs on both sides, and has maintained an architectural balance with the Golden Hall and the Vienna University of Technology. The most eye-catching Baroque church building north of the Alps, with its oval dome and bas-relief column, attracts pedestrians coming and going.
Charles Church, also known as Karl Church, was built by the emperor of the Austro-Hungarian Empire to fulfill the promise made during the plague. The church is located in the south of the city center, just a road away from the Golden Hall. The blue Roman-style dome of the church is very distinctive, and concerts are often held at the door at night, with the lights and the reflection of the pool in front of the church, it feels more beautiful than during the day