The Michaelerkirche is one of the oldest churches in Vienna. It was built in the 13th century. It is a rare example of a Romanesque church in Vienna, although with baroque and classical additions.
The Minoritenkirche is a Gothic church belonging formerly to the Franciscan friars. The building was built from 1276 to 1350 but has many additions of the following centuries.
The medieval synagogue in Vienna is a 13th century Ashkenazi synagogue. Destroyed in 1421, its successor building, in the Gothic style, now serves as a museum.