In general, the United Nations Office at Vienna does not have as many visits as Geneva and New York. The largest institution inside is the International Atomic Energy Agency, which occupies less than half of the office area. When we entered the door, the national flags of various countries were waving in the wind, but then the staff began to take off the national flags one after another, saying that they learned that the head of the IAEA had passed away today, so it is customary to take off the national flags, the organization and the United Nations flag at half-mast.
The Vienna United Nations Headquarters building is located on the Danube River and consists of several buildings. The surrounding environment is open and tidy, with lawns. The designated area in the building can be visited, and it will only open after ten in the morning.
The headquarters of the United Nations in Vienna is located on the scenic Danube River. Originally, this attraction was not included in the tour fee. Later, I participated in a self-funded project in the local area. I was fortunate to have a visit to the United Nations in Vienna. Because it is an office location, the interior is not allowed to enter. I can only take a few photos at the door, which is a check in.
It turns out that the United Nations has four official headquarters, located in New York, Geneva, Vienna, and Nairobi. The United Nations City in Vienna, Austria is located on the beautiful Danube River. The location is great and the scenery is beautiful. The flags of all nations are flying in the wind!