Known as Karlskirche in German, the St. Charles’s Church is a church located in Karlsplatz, Austria. When the black plague swept through Vienna in 1713, Emperor Charles VI promised that he would build a church dedicated to his name sake if the plague left the city. Indeed the emperor’s prayer was answered and the construction of the church began in 1715. For more information, visit their website at http://www.karlskirche.at/
Hey Architecture lovers! I’ll be gone for ten days due to my summer conference, but I’ll start posting again once I am back from my conference. This amazing post-modern building is designed by Australian architect Hans Hollein in 1990. Haas Haus is a very popular shopping center in Vienna, Austria. I love the overall design of this place!