Lion at the entrance of the Palace of Justice in Vienna

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Lion at the entrance to the Palace of Justice in Vienna. The sculpture around 1880 was created by Emanuel Pendl. The Palace of Justice was built between 1875 and 1881 in the neo-renaissance style. Today it houses the Supreme Court of Justice, the General Procurator’s Office, the Higher Regional Court of Vienna, the Vienna Office of the Senior Public Prosecutor and the Regional Court for Civil Matters in Vienna.   Scanned by Niederösterreich3D.

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There are many websites and other media showing collections of monuments. The images provided there reflect the perspective of the respective photographer. You have no way of seeing the monument from all sides and discovering interesting details that are particularly present in lavishly built monuments. This shortcoming has inspired me to create monuments and interesting buildings as 3D models and to make them available to you on "Lower Austria 3D". In the three-dimensional monuments shown here, you are the photographer. With simple navigation, you can rotate and turn the 3D model as you like and get a view that would not be possible on simple pictures or during a visit on site.


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