The Stephansdom (Domkirche St. Stephan zu Wien) is the town’s landmark of Wien, the capital city of Austria. It is located in the city center and can be seen from near and far. The Roman-catholic church is called Steffl by the locals.
It is 107 meters long and it has four towers with different heights: the highest has 136 meters, the lower two towers are 65 meters high. The cathedral was built from 1137 on on the grounds of a smaller church. Most iconic is the roof with its zigzag pattern.