The "Rathausmann" figure on top of the tower is 3.4 meters tall.
The plan is characterized by a rational parti of seven courtyards centered on the cloister-like "Arkadenhof." The elevation is a creative synthesis of Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque elements. The interior features a monumental staircase leading to richly decorated grand public rooms on the upper level.
This building is the seat of Vienna's government and houses the mayor's offices.
The Rathaus is architect Friedrich Schmidt's most important non-religious work.
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