On the right, you can see many new buildings and a busy street. Now it is one of the busiest streets of Vienna, in the 19th century there was a cemetery.
Stephansplatz is the very heart of Vienna, both geographically and historically, with the incredible 12-century Medieval cathedral called Stephansdom (seen on the right) being the crown jewel of this historical part of the city. No wonder this is the most popular area among tourists.
Ringstrasse is a circular street built around the historical area of the city in place of a previously-existing wall. Many of the most beautiful buildings were erected around this street since, as you can see below.
Mariahilfer Street is the most famous shopping street in Vienna, with both tourists and locals alike walking up and down this street in search of the best buys. To enable a better shopping experience, the street was turned into a pedestrian area, with the previously existing tram being replaced by a subway.
Urania is one of the many Art Nouveau style Viennese buildings, as the Austrian capital was also the city where the famous style was most popular. Today, the building is a public educational institute and observatory.
The Danube River used to cause annual floods in Vienna, so a second riverbed was built along the main river, which is exactly what you can see in the images below.
Yet another view of Mariahilfer Street, the famous shopping street in Vienna. It's funny how we can tell the age of the photo more by the people than by the actual buildings.