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Vienna: Capuchins Crypt Entrance Ticket

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85 reviews

Activity provider: Kapuzinergruft GmbH

Vienna: Capuchins Crypt Entrance Ticket

Activity provider: Kapuzinergruft GmbH
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Visit the Capuchins Crypt, a place that has been the family burial vault of the Habsburg family since 1618. Explore the monument which was built as a symbol of sovereign power where 12 emperors, 19 empresses, and their family members are resting.

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  • Visit the burial place of the Habsburg rulers and their families
  • Discover the history behind the powerful Habsburg Empire
  • See the burial places of Emperor Franz Joseph and his famous wife Empress Elisabeth
  • Walk through 400 years of Austrian and European history
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Discover the Capuchins’s Crypt, also known as Imperial Crypt, in the city center of Vienna, just below the humble church and monastery of the Order of the Capuchin Friars. See where the mortal remains of the Hapsburg emperors, empresses, and family members are laid to rest. Visit the extraordinary vault system still under the custody of the Capuchin Order, and discover the history of the famous Habsburgs family. Multiple extensions and modifications were made in a time span of over four centuries, that extended the crypt. Today, the system consists of a total of ten vaults, which now host the sarcophagi, urns, and funerary monuments of the Habsburgs. Learn also about the designers and creators of the crypt’s rooms. All rooms evoke the dynasty's imperial power and grandeur. To this day, the mortal remains of 150 Habsburg personalities, such as Maria Theresia, Franz Joseph, his beloved wife Elisabeth, also known as Sisi, and their son Rudolph, rest in the Imperial Crypt.
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    • Pets
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    • Sleeveless shirts
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    i am a history buff and I find the Hapsburgs very interesting as a royal family

    May 19, 2022

    Amazing history and well worth a visit, well set out and beautiful to look at, I was impressed by the artistry of the memorials and would highly recommend

    April 27, 2022

    April 24, 2022

    Product ID: 344651