Sunday, 10 February 2013

Sunday Morning at the Theseus Temple
Vienna in Winter


Theseus Temple
Volksgarten
12:00 a.m.

Rose Garden
A row of rose benches
11:55 a.m.

Theseus Temple
City Hall's spire looks over the roof,
from beyond the rose garden,
the Ringstrasse and Rathausplatz

Click for Spring:
Theseus Temple in May
when the roses are in bloom

Photographed Sunday 12 February 2012
Images and Text © by Merisi
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14 comments:

  1. White on white - beautiful!
    Thanks for the Pachelbel yesterday :)

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    1. You are welcome, Karen!
      It's snowing, again. All night and all day.

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  2. Beautiful! What is the function of the Theseus Temple?

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    1. The Temple of Theseus was built by Peter von Nobile in 1823 to house Antonio Canova's "Theseus".

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  3. What inspiring things you live around!

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  4. I had missed your inspirational pictures! So thankful you're posting via Facebook.

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  5. That's a beautiful building in the snow as well as when the roses are in bloom around it. It looks whiter than white! Keep warm! It's snowing here again, but it's the fine, wet, showery kind.

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  6. A magnificent temple in both seasons ... but I think I prefer it in May, framed by roses.

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  7. Beautiful even in the snow, with the whiteness of both the snow and temple highlighted by the sun.

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  8. Amazing temple is as white as the snow!! And it is indeed beautiful even in the snow! We've had an amazingly mild winter and I have to admit, I am enjoying it!! Hope you've had a great weekend, Merisi! Stay warm!!

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  9. Sch beautiful photo's ,the white temple is really white, lovely.

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  10. I love this classical style, and the beautiful whiteness against the snow.

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