The Austria ClipArt gallery offers 45 illustrations of Austrian landmarks, people, and events. The gallery also includes images from the Austro-Hungarian Empire, a union of Austria and Hungary from 1867 until 1918.

Anne of Austria and Cardinal Mazarin.

Anne

Anne of Austria and Cardinal Mazarin.

The Imperial crown of Austria, which greatly resembles the Episcopal mitre.

Imperial Crown of Austria

The Imperial crown of Austria, which greatly resembles the Episcopal mitre.

Color flag of Austria. Three equal horizontal bands of red (top), white, and red.

Flag of Austria, 2009

Color flag of Austria. Three equal horizontal bands of red (top), white, and red.

Black and white outline flag of Austria. Three equal horizontal bands of red (top), white, and red

Flag of Austria, 2009

Black and white outline flag of Austria. Three equal horizontal bands of red (top), white, and red

Austria, flag, 1910

Austrian flag

Austria, flag, 1910

Austria-Hungary, mercantile marine flag, 1910

Austria-Hungary, Mercantile Marine Flag

Austria-Hungary, mercantile marine flag, 1910

Austrian soldier, 1901.

Austria: Soldier 1901

Austrian soldier, 1901.

The Belvedere is a baroque palace complex built by Prince Eugene of Savoy Vienna, Austria. This view of the garden includes two sphinx sculptures and an number of visitors in formal attire.

The Belvedere Garden

The Belvedere is a baroque palace complex built by Prince Eugene of Savoy Vienna, Austria. This view…

The Belvedere is a baroque palace complex built by Prince Eugene of Savoy Vienna, Austria.The Belvedere is a historic building complex in Vienna, Austria, consisting of two Baroque palaces (the Upper and Lower Belvedere), the Orangery, and the Palace Stables. The buildings are set in a Baroque park landscape in the third district of the city, on the south-eastern edge of its centre.

The Belvedere Palace

The Belvedere is a baroque palace complex built by Prince Eugene of Savoy Vienna, Austria.The Belvedere…

This candlestick is made out of bronze in Vienna, Austria. It is tall in height and has a design of leaves on its pole, and horned animal heads at its base.

Candlestick

This candlestick is made out of bronze in Vienna, Austria. It is tall in height and has a design of…

Exterior of the Cathedral of St. Stephen, also called Stephansdom, in the heart of old Vienna. Its construction lasted 65 years, from 1368 to 1433. A glory of St. Stephen's Cathedral is its ornately patterned, richly colored roof.

St. Stephen's Cathedral, Vienna

Exterior of the Cathedral of St. Stephen, also called Stephansdom, in the heart of old Vienna. Its construction…

The Karlskirche (German for St. Charles's Church) is a church situated on the south side of Karlsplatz, Vienna. It is one of the most outstanding baroque church structures north of the Alps, and boasts a dome in the form of an elongated ellipsoid. Construction began in 1716 an was completed in 1737.

Church at St. Charles Borromeo, Vienna

The Karlskirche (German for St. Charles's Church) is a church situated on the south side of Karlsplatz,…

Eisgrub, now Lednice, a village in the Czech Republic. It contains a palace and the largest park in the country. The park is laid out in an English garden style and includes the artificial ruins of a medieval castle on the bank of the Thaya/Dyje River.

Castle Eisgrub

Eisgrub, now Lednice, a village in the Czech Republic. It contains a palace and the largest park in…

This armor figure was sculpted by Austrian sculptor Fernkorn. Executed in bronze, the sculpture is displayed at the foundry of the Prince of Salms in Vienna, Austria.

Armor Figure

This armor figure was sculpted by Austrian sculptor Fernkorn. Executed in bronze, the sculpture is displayed…

This armor figure was sculpted by Austrian sculptor Fernkorn. Executed in bronze, the sculpture is displayed at the foundry of the Prince of Salms in Vienna, Austria.

Armor Figure

This armor figure was sculpted by Austrian sculptor Fernkorn. Executed in bronze, the sculpture is displayed…

Austrian Flag, Austro-Hungarian Monarchy Flag, Lombardy-Venice Flag

Austria Flag

Austrian Flag, Austro-Hungarian Monarchy Flag, Lombardy-Venice Flag

Frederick the Great after the defeat.

Frederick

Frederick the Great after the defeat.

"Joseph Haydn's birthplace in Rohrau, Austria." — Cooke, 1910

Joseph Haydn

"Joseph Haydn's birthplace in Rohrau, Austria." — Cooke, 1910

(1830-1916) Emperor of Austria and King of Bohemia and Hungary

Francis Joseph I

(1830-1916) Emperor of Austria and King of Bohemia and Hungary

"Francis Joseph I (1830-1916), emperor of Austria and king of Hungary, and next to the last of the Hapsburg rulers." -Foster, 1921

Francis Joseph I

"Francis Joseph I (1830-1916), emperor of Austria and king of Hungary, and next to the last of the Hapsburg…

Joseph was the emperor of Austria and king of Hungary.

Charles Francis Joseph

Joseph was the emperor of Austria and king of Hungary.

"In this city many individual tendencies are perceptible, but the predominant inclination is toward the Italian Renaissance . The new Opera-House, built by Van der Nüll and Siccardsburg, forms an exception to this rule, the design and forms of which were copied from the Early French Renaissance, with its narrow moulding and flat elliptical arches. On the other hand, the models of the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries are chosen for churches built in the Gothic style. In its richest phase this is seen in the memorial church, built by Ferstel; and in its poorest aspect, and divested of all the ornamental details necessary to produce a good effect, in the Lazaristen Kirche, built by Schmidt, one of the most important representatives of the Gothic style, and at the same time an advocate in word and deed for its reintroduction."The Lazaristenkirche is a Roman Catholic church building in the 7th district of Vienna, Neubau.

Lazarist Church at Vienna

"In this city many individual tendencies are perceptible, but the predominant inclination is toward…

A picturesque view of Lintz (Linz) on the Danube with a small number of buildings on the river banks. There are a few boats on the river.

Lintz on the Dabube

A picturesque view of Lintz (Linz) on the Danube with a small number of buildings on the river banks.…

A picturesque view of the Lintz (Linz) city center. Lintz was founded by the Romans, who called it "Lentia." It was a provincial and local government city, an important trading point connecting several routes, on either side of the river Danube from the East to the West and Bohemia and Poland from north to the Balkans and Italy to the south. Linz is the third largest city of Austria and capital of the state of Upper Austria. It is located in the north centre of Austria on both sides of the river Danube.

View of Lintz

A picturesque view of the Lintz (Linz) city center. Lintz was founded by the Romans, who called it "Lentia."…

"A medieval castle near Klagenfurt, Austria." -Breasted, 1914

Medieval Castle

"A medieval castle near Klagenfurt, Austria." -Breasted, 1914

"In this city many individual tendencies are perceptible, but the predominant inclination is toward the Italian Renaissance . The new Opera-House, built by Van der Nüll and Siccardsburg, forms an exception to this rule, the design and forms of which were copied from the Early French Renaissance, with its narrow moulding and flat elliptical arches. On the other hand, the models of the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries are chosen for churches built in the Gothic style. In its richest phase this is seen in the memorial church, built by Ferstel; and in its poorest aspect, and divested of all the ornamental details necessary to produce a good effect, in the Lazaristen Kirche, built by Schmidt, one of the most important representatives of the Gothic style, and at the same time an advocate in word and deed for its reintroduction."The Votivkirche in Vienna, Austria, is one of the most important neo-Gothic religious architectural sites in the world.

Vienna, Memorial Church

"In this city many individual tendencies are perceptible, but the predominant inclination is toward…

The Abbey of Mölk (Melk) (Stift Melk), an old Austrian Benedictine monastery is one of the richest religious establishments in Central Europe. Palace, church, and fortress all in one, it sits high upon a granite base 100 feet above the Danube. Founded in 1089 when Leopold II, Margrave of Austria gave one of his castles to Benedictine monks from Lambach Abbey. A school was founded in the 12th Century. The monastery was also a major site for the production of manuscripts. Today's impressive Baroque abbey was built between 1702 and 1736 by architect Jakob Prandtauer. Particularly noteworthy is the abbey church with frescos by Johann Michael Rottmayr and the impressive library with countless medieval manuscripts.

Abby of Mölk

The Abbey of Mölk (Melk) (Stift Melk), an old Austrian Benedictine monastery is one of the richest…

The Wiener Prater is a large public park in Vienna's 2nd district Leopoldstadt. Prater is derived from the Latin word pratum meaning meadow, possibly via Spanish prado. In 1162, the Emperor Friedrich I gave the land to a noble family called de Prato. The land changed hands frequently until it was bought by Emperor Maximilian II in 1560 to be a hunting ground. To deal with the problem of poachers, Emperor Rudolf II forbade entry to the Prater. On April 7 1766, Emperor Joseph II declared the Prater to be free for public enjoyment, and allowed the establishment of coffee-houses and cafés, which led to the beginnings of the Wurstelprater.

The Prater

The Wiener Prater is a large public park in Vienna's 2nd district Leopoldstadt. Prater is derived from…

The Gloriette at Schönbrunn, a elegant pavilion is a miniature reproduction of the Palace of Schönbrunn. A gloriette (from the 12th century French for "little glory") is a building in a garden erected on a site that is elevated with respect to the surroundings. The structure and shape can vary greatly, often in the form of a pavilion or tempietto, more or less open on the sides. The Gloriette at Schönbrunn is a pavilion with two wings that are open porticos with a beautiful view of the city from its rooftop.

The Gloriette at Schönbrunn

The Gloriette at Schönbrunn, a elegant pavilion is a miniature reproduction of the Palace of Schönbrunn.…

A church of the Gothic style (1208-1209) with an interior rich in beauty. The whole town and even the church was the scene of horror when destroyed by the Turks in 1683

Church of Perchtholdsdorf

A church of the Gothic style (1208-1209) with an interior rich in beauty. The whole town and even the…

Salzburg was a city state in the Roman empire until 1805, when it was conquered by the Austrian army. The city is filled with churches, palaces, burgher houses, and a cathedral displaying every style and modification of architecture from Romanesque to neo-classical.

View of Salzburg

Salzburg was a city state in the Roman empire until 1805, when it was conquered by the Austrian army.…

Austria Stamp (3 kreuzer 10 para) from 1890 - For Austrian post offices in the Levant.

Austria 3 Kreuzer 10 Para Stamp, 1890

Austria Stamp (3 kreuzer 10 para) from 1890 - For Austrian post offices in the Levant.

Austria Stamp (3 soldi) from 1858-1859

Austria 3 Soldi Stamp, 1858-1859

Austria Stamp (3 soldi) from 1858-1859

Austria Stamp (50 soldi) from 1867 - For Austrian post offices in the Levant.

Austria 50 Soldi Stamp, 1867

Austria Stamp (50 soldi) from 1867 - For Austrian post offices in the Levant.

View of man striking the Christmas chimes at the Cathedral of St. Stephen, also called Stephansdom, stands in the heart of old Vienna.

Striking the Christmas Chimes at St. Stephen's Cathedral, Vienna

View of man striking the Christmas chimes at the Cathedral of St. Stephen, also called Stephansdom,…

The Cathedral of St. Stephen, also called Stephansdom, stands in the heart of old Vienna. The Cathedral is considered a work of Gothic art, and boosts of a beautiful carved pulpit. So that the local language sermon could be better heard by the worshipers before microphones and loud speakers, the pulpit stands against a pillar out in the nave, instead of in the chancel at the front of the church.

St. Stephen's Cathedral Pulpit

The Cathedral of St. Stephen, also called Stephansdom, stands in the heart of old Vienna. The Cathedral…

This table top and table was made in Vienna, Austria. Its table top is elaborately designed with inlaid wood of different colors. Its base has legs that are bent in curve design.

Table Top and Table

This table top and table was made in Vienna, Austria. Its table top is elaborately designed with inlaid…

This work table was made in Vienna, Austria for use by ladies. It is engraved and draped with material in the center.

Work Table

This work table was made in Vienna, Austria for use by ladies. It is engraved and draped with material…

Empress of Germany and Austria, and queen of Hungary and Bohemia.

Maria Theresa

Empress of Germany and Austria, and queen of Hungary and Bohemia.

Maria Theresa was the only female ruler of the Habsburg dominions. She reigned over Austria, Hungary, Croatia, Bohemia, Mantua, Milan, Lodomeria and Galicia, the Austrian Netherlands, and Parma. She reigned from 1745 to 1765.

Maria Theresa

Maria Theresa was the only female ruler of the Habsburg dominions. She reigned over Austria, Hungary,…

Vienna Exhibition in 1873.

Vienna Exhibition

Vienna Exhibition in 1873.

Church of St. Charles Borromeo in Vienna, Austria

Church of St. Charles Borromeo in Vienna, Austria

Church of St. Charles Borromeo in Vienna, Austria

Parliament Building in Vienna, Austria

Parliament Building in Vienna, Austria

Parliament Building in Vienna, Austria

St. Stephen's Cathedral in Vienna, Austria

St. Stephen's Cathedral in Vienna, Austria

St. Stephen's Cathedral in Vienna, Austria

Austria Wrapper (2 kreuzer) from 1890

Austria 2 Kreuzer Wrapper, 1890

Austria Wrapper (2 kreuzer) from 1890