The Kapuziner Crypt dates back to 1619 and is the last resting place of 138 Habsburg tombs, including Franz Ferdinand whose assassination sparked World War I.
Until recently, the crypt was closed to the public, but after recent renovation they are open again. The tombs in the crypt are ornately decorated and give you an idea of the extravagance of the Austrian royalty.
The Kapuzinerkirche is also located here and is free. The crypt however costs a few euros.
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