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2 Leave a comment on paragraph 2 0 where the sidewalks are narrow.   I am compelled to go in the street to get along at all, and the crowds of carriages make it dangerous to attempt a crossing. Vienna is celebrated as humoring coachmen in driving rapidly without regard to pedestrians-

3 Leave a comment on paragraph 3 0 Near this Hotel, or just beyond St Stephens cathedral begins an opening called the “Graben”. A street about two or three “squares” long and about as wide as Superior Street upon both sides of which are situated the most elegant stores. It is the Broadway of Vienna, on a small scale- Near the centre of it, in a fenced enclosure stands a queer looking pile of rock called the “column of the holy trinity”, spotted over with colossal statues in various attitudes among rough circling rocks doubtless intended to represent clouds-

4 Leave a comment on paragraph 4 0 The St Stephens cathedral is a queer old pile, a conglomeration of all the styles of architecture since its commencement in 1144,    333 ft long, 222 ft wide, having a steeple 437 ft high the most elaborate thing about the church.   About half way up this spire is the fire bell where men are

5 Leave a comment on paragraph 5 0 [-St Michaels-place-]

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