St. Stephen’s cathedral in Vienna.
This cathedral is so large that it’s almost impossible to get it all in one photo.
St. Stephen’s at night.
The pulpit from which St. John Capistrano preached a crusade in 1454 to hold back Muslim invasions of Christian Europe. Well… it worked for the next 75 years anyway.
The view of Stephansplatz (St. Stephen’s St.) from our hotel balcony.
The other side of Stephansplatz. The design on the cobblestones marks the location of the church’s underground crypt.
Our hotel staff helps us set up an umbrella to block the sun so Gordon can do a standup. It was a good idea in theory… until the umbrella started casting a scary orange-yellow glow over his face.
The altar inside St. Stephen’s.
Inside St. Stephen's Cathedral.
I don’t know who this is supposed to be, but… ouch.
Thanks to one medieval snark, this statue is known to the Viennese as “Christ With a Toothache.” I wish I was joking.
A pulpit depicting Saints Gregory, Jerome and Augustine. Don’t ask me which is which.
Cameraman Lior Sperandeo (R) and security officer-turned-grip John Troyer (L).
I don’t know his name, but he does not look happy.
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