St. Stephen's Cathedral, Austria's most eminent Gothic edifice, houses a wealth of art treasures, some of which can only be seen during a guided tour:
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The red-marble sepulcher of Emperor Frederick III, sculpted from 1467 to 1513 by Niclas Gerhaert van Leyden; the pulpit, a work from 1514-15 by Anton Pilgram (who put his own relief portrait underneath it as his signature St. Stephen's Cathedral); the Altarpiece of Wiener Neustadt (Wiener Neustaedter Altar), a Gothic winged altar from 1447 - and the tomb of Prince Eugene of Savoy, dating from 1754.London
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Stefan Church: Mozart's parents married here
Tipp: climb the 343 steps to the tower-keeper's room of St. Stephen's and enjoy a breathtaking view.