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The Maltese Church, or the Church of the Order of Sts. John, began her history during the Crusades. Vienna was an important point on the path of the crusades and Friedrich Barbarossa, the German king, stayed in Vienna. The church was first mentioned in 1217. Until that time, the site of the church was the “House of Pruder of the Order of Sandy Johann”, who devoted himself to pastoral work, caring for the poor and supporting the crusaders. Between 1205 and 1217, Johannians (followers of the Order of St. John) probably settled in St. Johannes Straße (today Kärntner Straße 35 / Johannesgasse 2) an important trade and military route through Vienna to Croatia. In the 17th century, the church was the place of preaching of Abraham from Santa Clara by the court preacher and the founder of a special style of preaching. His sculpture is set near Albertina, at the entrance to the Palace Park. Translated with Google Translate


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From Stephansplatz to Albertina and surroundings. My trip in Vienna of Sep 25, 2018.

From Stephansplatz across the ancient Karntrashtrasse to the Albertina Gallery. In Albertina, there was an exhibition of Monet, when the works of this artist were brought from different museums of the world and exhibited together, representing the same places at different times of the year or at different times of the day. And the walk on the square of the old market ended, with the funny story of Mark Twain. Translated with Google Translate

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