St. Roch's Church, Vienna

The St. Roch's Church is a church in Vienna and was built in 1642 by Ferdinand III in thanks for the preservation of Vienna from the plague.[1]

St Roch's in Vienna

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  1. ^ Lisa Feurzeig, John Sienicki Quodlibets of the Viennese Theater 0895796236 2008 - Page xvi "The Rochus Church was built in 1642 by then-Kaiser Ferdinand III in thanks for the preservation of Vienna from the plague. There was also ... 23 Indeed, the Viennese church is dedicated to St. Sebastian along with St. Rochus."

Coordinates: 48°12′09″N 16°23′26″E / 48.2025°N 16.3906°E / 48.2025; 16.3906