Friday, March 06, 2009

Skywatching in Vienna

Gasometer.The statue of Maria Theresia.Rathaus (the City Hall)UNO City.Schwechat Refinery.... and these beauties are just a few from the wonderful things reaching up for the sky in Vienna (yes, I know it's weird, but I find the refineries cool - poisoning, but cool :) ).
For more cool skylines click on the logo above!
Happy Friday!
[Archive photos.]

13 comments:

  1. Lovely blog! I was ice-skating in front of the Rathaus in Vienna a couple of weeks ago!

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  2. With that kind of archive, you have nothing to complain about (at least when it comes to posting)!

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  3. I am as fascinated by the refineries as you are! I have a few pictures on my blog which I took last spring. One of these days I will photograph them at night - passing by there on the way to the airport they are such an eerie sight, like a huge spaceship or such.

    If it is of any comfort to you,
    it's raining in Vienna, grey in grey.

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  4. Great shots of the sky and buildings.

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  5. Thanks for the tour! The gasometer is an interesting building.

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  6. Great buildings here.

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  7. Interesting post with fine views of Vienna. Thanks for your comment on my blog!

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  8. A great collection of buildings skylines!

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  9. Lovely Skywatch photos!

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  10. Vienna's one of my favorites. Great pictures!

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  11. What a difference between the old and the new and the in between!Vienna a city that never ages with great traditions.

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  12. I particularly like the Gasometer, Uno City and Rathaus.

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  13. Such a varied group of things reaching to the sky. All interesting.

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