Good Morning All,
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Have a wonderful day, and enjoy the pictures!
I found this unpublished set, enjoy folks. Since I worked on the site so much Sunday and have much more to do Monday, I’m pushing back a special super-set from realbtl’s trip to Ireland. It will be next week, beginning next Monday.
It will be grand.
Today, pictures from valued commenter otmar.
As some of the jackals asked for more pictures from Austria, here are some I took during the last few days.
There are three subway lines that cross the Danube river: this is the view from line U2 upstream towards the city. The high-rise buildings on the right are the Donaucity that include the UN buildings. Back when I was a kid, those were dominant there, these days they are almost the smallest buildings in that area.
Just a few miles downstream there is a hydro-electric plant, thus the river is very quiet here.
I recently sent a picture of the Pestsäule in Mödling. This here is the one that was built right in the center of Vienna.
Different angle of the Pestsäule on the Graben. See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Graben,_Vienna
Just around the corner there is the cathedral of Vienna: St Steven’s church.
This is the courtyard of an old palais on Herrengasse. They found some Roman foundations during renovations a few years back.
These days, this particular building is owned by the federal government and houses offices of a ministry.
Thank you so much otmar, do send us more when you can.
Travel safely everybody, and do share some stories in the comments, even if you’re joining the conversation late. Many folks confide that they go back and read old threads, one reason these are available on the Quick Links menu.