Vienna

Vienna is the capital of the Republic of and by far its most populous city, with an urban population of 1.9 million and a metropolitan population of 2.4 million.
Photo: Andrzej O, CC BY-SA 4.0.

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is the inner-most district of Vienna. Its historic centre dates back to Roman ages and has been inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage list. Photo: Thoodor, CC BY-SA 3.0 at.

is the busiest and biggest airport in . Photo: Simisa, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Vienna's is an artificial island formed between the river and the Donaukanal. Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY-SA 3.0.

is the north-western part of Vienna containing the districts Penzing, Rudolfsheim-Fünfhaus, Ottakring, Hernals, Währing, and Döbling. Photo: Gryffindor, CC BY 2.5.

Notable Places in the Area

Theatre
The is an opera house and opera company based in Vienna, Austria. Photo: Bwag, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Theatre
The , originally known as K.K. Theater an der Burg, then until 1918 as the K.K. Photo: Bwag, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Museum
The is a museum in the of Vienna, . Photo: Bwag, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Park
The is a historic building complex in Vienna, , consisting of two Baroque palaces, the Orangery, and the Palace Stables. Photo: Bwag, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Destinations

is the third district of Vienna, the largest of the inner districts. Photo: Miguel Mendez, CC BY 2.0.

is the 13th municipal District of Vienna. It is located west of the central districts, west of . Photo: MrPanyGoff, CC BY-SA 3.0.

is the fourth district of Vienna. It's north border is the Vienna river, the Prinz Eugen Straße the east and the Gürtel the south. Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY-SA 3.0.

is the 6th district of Vienna. Its border to the north is the most famous Viennese shopping street the Mariahilferstrasse, to the west the Gürel and to the south the Vienna river. Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY-SA 3.0.

is the 8th district of Vienna. It is bounded on the north side by Alser Straße, by the "2er Linie" on the east, Lerchenfelder Straße on the south, and the Gürtel on the west. Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY-SA 3.0.

is the 7th district of Vienna. Its border to the south is the popular Mariahilfer Strasse, to the west the Gürtel, and to the north Lerchenfelder Straße. Photo: Ralf Roletschek, CC BY-SA 3.0.

is the 9th district of Vienna. is an affluent suburb that includes much of the University of Vienna, several cozy business districts, and several hospitals. Photo: Gryffindor, CC BY-SA 3.0.

is the fifth district of Vienna. Its border to the north is the Vienna river, to the west and south the Gürtel. Photo: Erich Schmid, CC BY-SA 3.0.

is in Vienna, and includes the districts of Favoriten, Simmering, Meidling, and Liesing. Photo: DerFalkVonFreyburg, CC BY-SA 3.0.

describes the Vienna districts Floridsdorf and Donaustadt. Photo: D.W., Public domain.

Localities in the Area

Suburb
, the 10th district of Vienna, , is located south of the central districts. Photo: Buchhändler, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Suburb
is the 20th district of Vienna. It is located north of the central districts, north of on the same island area between the Danube and the Danube Canal.

Suburb
is the 12th district of Vienna. It is located just southwest of the central districts, south of the , west of the Gürtel belt, and east and southeast of .

Vienna

Latitude
48.2084° or 48° 12' 30.1" north
Longitude
16.3725° or 16° 22' 21" east
Open Location Code
8FWR695F+82
Population
1,900,000
IATA airport code
VIE
United Nations Location Code
AT VIE
Elevation
171 metres (561 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 17328659
Geo­Names ID
2761369
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Also Known As

  • Abkhazian: Вена
  • Achinese: Wina
  • Adyghe; Adygei: Венэ
  • Afar: Vena
  • Afrikaans: Wene
  • Akan: Vienna
  • Albanian: Viena
  • Albanian: Vienë
  • Albanian: Vjena
  • Albanian: Vjenë
  • Albanian: Wien
  • Amharic: ቪየና
  • Arabic: Vienna
  • Arabic: فيينا
  • Aragonese: Viena
  • Aramaic: ܒܝܝܢܐ
  • Armenian: Վիեննա
  • Assamese: ভিয়েনা
  • Asturian; Bable: Viena
  • Avaric: Wien
  • Avaric: Вена
  • Aymara: Wien
  • Azerbaijani: Vyana
  • Balinese: Wina
  • Bambara: Vienna
  • Bashkir: Вена
  • Basque: Viena
  • Bavarian: Wean
  • Belarusian: Вена
  • Bengali: ভিয়েনা
  • Bislama: Vienna
  • Bosnian: Beč
  • Breton: Vienna
  • Bulgarian: Виена
  • Burmese: ဗီယင်နာမြို့
  • Catalan: Viena
  • Cebuano: Viena
  • Cebuano: Vienna
  • Central Bicolano: Vienna
  • Central Bicolano: Wien
  • Central Kurdish: ڤیێنا
  • Chamorro: Vienna
  • Chavacano: Viena
  • Chechen: Вена
  • Chichewa; Nyanja: Vienna
  • Chinese: Wien
  • Chinese: 維也納
  • Chinese: 维也纳
  • Chuvash: Вена
  • Cornish: Wien
  • Corsican: Vienna
  • Crimean Turkish; Crimean Tatar: Viyana
  • Croatian: Beč
  • Czech: Vídeň
  • Czech: Wien
  • Danish: Wien
  • Dimli: Wiyana
  • Dutch: Wenen
  • Eastern Mari: Вена
  • Egyptian Spoken Arabic: فيينا
  • Egyptian Spoken Arabic: ڤيينا
  • English, Old (ca.450-1100): Uigenna
  • English, Old (ca.450-1100): Wīen
  • English, Old (ca.450-1100): Ƿīen
  • English: Vienna, Austria
  • English: W
  • English: Wien
  • Erzya: Вена ош
  • Esperanto: Vieno
  • Esperanto: Wien
  • Estonian: Viin
  • Ewe: Vienna
  • Extremaduran: Viena
  • Faroese: Wien
  • Fijian Hindustani: Vienna
  • Finnish: Wien
  • Franco-Provençal: Vièna
  • Franco-Provençal: Viène
  • French: Vienne
  • French: Wien
  • Frisian: Wenen
  • Friulian: Viene
  • Gaelic (Scots): Vienna
  • Gagauz: Vena
  • Gallegan: Viena
  • Georgian: ვენა
  • German: Wien
  • Gothic: 𐍅𐌹𐌴𐌽
  • Greek: Βιέννη
  • Guarani: Viéna
  • Gujarati: વિયેના
  • Haitian; Haitian Creole: Vyèn
  • Hakka Chinese: Wien
  • Hausa: Vienna
  • Hausa: Wien
  • Hebrew: וינה
  • Hindi: वियना
  • Hungarian: Bécs
  • Hungarian: Vienna
  • Hungarian: Wien
  • Icelandic: Vín
  • Icelandic: Vínarborg
  • Ido: Wien
  • Iloko: Vienna
  • Indonesian: Wina
  • Ingush: Вена
  • Interlingua (International Auxiliary Language Association): Vienna
  • Interlingue: Vienna
  • Irish: Vín
  • Italian: Vienna
  • Japanese: ウィーン
  • Javanese: Wina
  • Kabiyé: Fɩyɛɛnɩ
  • Kalaallisut: Wien
  • Kannada: ವಿಯೆನ್ನ
  • Kara-Kalpak: Vena
  • Karachay-Balkar: Вена
  • Kazakh: Вена
  • Kazakh: Вена қаласы
  • Kirghiz: Вена
  • Komi-Permyak: Вин
  • Komi: Вена
  • Korean: 비엔나
  • Korean:
  • Kurdish: Viyana
  • Ladino: Viena
  • Lao: Vienna
  • Latin: Vienna
  • Latin: Viennae
  • Latin: Vindobona
  • Latvian: Vīne
  • Latvian: Wien
  • Letzeburgesch: Wien
  • Lezghian: Вена
  • Ligurian: Vienna
  • Limburgish, Limburger, Limburgan: Wene
  • Lingala: Viɛnɛ
  • Lithuanian: Viena
  • Livvi: Vena
  • Lombard: Viena
  • Low German; Low Saxon: Wien
  • Low German; Low Saxon: Wienen
  • Macedo Romanian: Viena
  • Macedonian: Виена
  • Maithili: विएना
  • Malay (generic): Vienna
  • Malayalam: വിയന്ന
  • Maltese: Vjenna
  • Manx: Veen
  • Maori: Whiena
  • Maori: Wiena
  • Marathi: व्हियेना
  • Mazanderani: وین
  • Min Dong Chinese: Vienna
  • Min Nan Chinese: Vienna
  • Min Nan Chinese: Wien
  • Min Nan Chinese: Wien Chiu
  • Min Nan Chinese: Ûi-iā-la̍p
  • Mingrelian: ვენა
  • Mongolian: Вена
  • Moroccan Spoken Arabic: ڤيينا
  • Narom: Vienne
  • Nauru: Vienna
  • Nepali: भियना
  • Newari: भियना
  • Northern Frisian: Wien
  • Northern Luri: وین
  • Northern Sami: Wien
  • Norwegian: Wien
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Wien, Østerrike
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Wien
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Wien i Østerrike
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Wien
  • Novial: Wien
  • Occitan (post 1500); Provençal: Viena
  • Oriya: ଭିଏନା
  • Ossetian; Ossetic: Венæ
  • Panjabi: ਵਿਆਨਾ
  • Papiamento: Viena
  • Pennsylvania German: Wien
  • Persian: وین
  • Pfaelzisch: Wien
  • Picard: Vienne (Otriche)
  • Picard: Vienne
  • Piemontese: Vien-a
  • Pitcairn-Norfolk: Wienna
  • Polish: Wiedeń
  • Polish: Wien
  • Portuguese: Viena
  • Pushto: وين
  • Quechua: Wien
  • Raeto-Romance: Vienna
  • Romanian: Viena
  • Russia Buriat: Вена
  • Russia Buriat: Венэ
  • Russian: Вена
  • Rusyn: Відень
  • Santali: ᱵᱷᱤᱭᱮᱱᱟ
  • Sardinian: Vienna
  • Saterfriesisch: Wien
  • Schwyzerdütsch: Wien
  • Scots: Vienna
  • Serbian: Беч
  • Serbo-Croatian: Beč
  • Shona: Vienna
  • Sicilian: Vienna
  • Sindhi: ويانا
  • Sinhalese: වියනා
  • Sinhalese: වියානා
  • Sinhalese: වීන්
  • Slovak: Viedeň
  • Slovak: Wien
  • Slovenian: Dunaj
  • Slovenian: Wien
  • Somali: Fiyena
  • Sorbian, Lower: Wien
  • Sorbian, Upper: Wien
  • Sorbian, Upper: Wiń
  • Sotho, Southern: Vienna
  • South Azerbaijani: ویئن
  • South Azerbaijani: وین
  • Spanish: Viena
  • Swahili (generic): Vienna
  • Swedish: Wien
  • Tagalog: Viena
  • Tajik: Вена
  • Tamil: வியன்னா
  • Tatar: Вена
  • Tatar: Вена шәһәре
  • Telugu: వియన్నా
  • Telugu: వియెన్నా
  • Thai: สตรานชิซ
  • Thai: เวียนนา
  • Tibetan: ཝི་ཨེ་ན།
  • Tosk Albanian: Wien
  • Turkish: Beç
  • Turkish: Viyana
  • Turkmen: Wena
  • Tuvinian: Вена
  • Twi: Wien
  • Udmurt: Вена
  • Uighur: Wyéna
  • Ukrainian: Відень
  • Urdu: ویانا
  • Uzbek: Vena
  • Venetian: Viena
  • Veps: Ven
  • Vietnamese: Vienna
  • Vietnamese: Viên
  • Vietnamese: Wien
  • Vlaams: Weenn
  • Vlax Romani: Bech
  • Volapük: Wien
  • Walloon: Wîne
  • Waray (Philippines): Vienna
  • Welsh: Fienna
  • Western Mari: Вена
  • Western Panjabi: ویآنا
  • Wolof: Wiyen
  • Wu Chinese: 维恩纳
  • Yakut: Вена
  • Yiddish: וויען
  • Yoruba: Fienna
  • Yoruba: Vienna
  • Yue Chinese: 維也納
  • Wjedyń
  • Wjedźyń

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