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Schottenstift, Vienna

Schottenstift - Vienna, Austria
Schottenstift
Freyung 6, Vienna, Austria 1010Map
+43 1 5349 8600
Neighborhood: 1st district - Inner City
Overview

In 1155, monks from an Irish-Scottish monastery in Germany arrived in Vienna and founded the Schottenstift. The monastery features a fine arts museum that houses many Gothic pieces. In the 18th century, Johann Fux, a Baroque musician, was the organist. Today, music still plays a large role in the monastery. Visitors can enjoy organ recitals and other musical events.

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Schottenstift General Information
  • Open Hours: Thursday to Saturday from 11:00 AM to 05:00 PM
  • Type: Attractions & Landmarks, Religious
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