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Over one of the wrought iron gates to a side chapel in St. Stephen’s Cathderal in Vienna, Austria, this double lion crest graces the entrance.

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st stephens cathedral, vienna, austria, royal coat of arms, crest, lions, side altar gate

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  • Peter Stratton
    Peter Stratton5 months ago

    Travel Europe long enough and you will have seen so many your mind will tend to ignore them. At least that was experience when living in GB. Can’t help but appreciate the craftsmanship, though! Nice one, Phil. :-)

  • pete
    have to agree, the Europeans and their history are filled with these things…we’re just not old enough, or royal enough!

    – phil decocco

  • lezvee
    lezvee5 months ago

    Very impressive – obviously for a very important person.

  • Lesle
    I suspect some one of the Viennese royalties

    – phil decocco

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