Ah! A sign that warmer weather is returning and thoughts of ice cream can once again be entertained.
Once in awhile, you'll see buildings that cross the street in Vienna. I'm especially fond of this old garage.
The grand sight of the Baroque Piarist Church of Maria Treu beckons and on that far left corner is the delightful Pizzeria Il Sestante.
It's always a thrill to see signs in this old German Gothic font, called Fraktur, which dates from the early 1500s and was designed by Hieronymus Andreae for projects with the artist Albrecht Dürer.
Art Nouveau designs enhance this Schönbron Park fence and gate: