Daily Paintings Christa Friedl

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Wachau 4 – Krems Gozzoburg

Krems Gozzoburg, sketchbook, watercolor

Today another sightseeing of Krems in the Wachau region – Gozzoburg

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Wachau 2 – St. Nikolaussteepl

St. Nikolaus steepl, sketchbook gouache

Wachau – Krems-Stein

The parish church Stein – St. Nikolaus was mentioned in a document in the 12th century, parish rights already from 1263 and the church was a vicariate church of Krems until the end of the 16th century. The Gothic choir from the second half of the 14th century and the late Gothic staggered hall from the second half of the 15th century have a late Gothic west tower. In the 18th century the church was baroque and regothic around 1900.

This church is worth a visit.

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Wachau 1

Wachau, Skizzenblock, gouache

The Wachau is an Austrian valley with a picturesque landscape formed by the Danube river. It of the most prominent tourist destinations of Lower Austria, located midway between the towns of Melk and Krems that also attracts „connoisseurs and epicureans for its high-quality wines.

It’s is an UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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Lugeck, 30x20 cm

Lugeck

Lugeck, 30x20 cm

Lugeck Wien, 30×20 cm

Das Lugeck ist ein kleiner Platz im 1. Wiener Gemeindebezirk Innere Stadt.

In der Platzmitte befand sich einst das sagenumwobene Marcus-Curtius-Loch, ein kreisrunde Eintiefung ungeklärter Funktion, die der Legende nach auf den Guss der ersten Pummerin zurückgeht. Seit 1900 steht hier das Denkmal für Johannes Gutenberg

The Lugeck is a small square in the 1st district of Vienna Inner City.

In the middle of the square was once the legendary Marcus Curtius hole, a circular hole of unexplained function, which goes back to the legend of the first Pummerin ( the clock of St. Stephan´s Cathedral). Since 1900 stands there the monument of Johannes Gutenberg.

A different Perspective

pencil and ink sketch – a different perspective