One of the best things about a vacation in Vienna is that you’ll never run out of interesting tales to hear about the city’s overly rich history and culture. A top attraction that you definitely can’t skip is the St. Peter’s Church, a Baroque Roman Catholic church that dates back to the early Middle Ages. Many historians agree that this is the oldest church in the city. At that time, it was constructed on the site of Roman camps.
The church is nestled on the Petersplatz, sitting right next to Graben. There’s a street leading to the church, and it is called the Jungferngasse. Since there are many surrounding buildings around the church, it can only be seen in clear view right in front of the facade.
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