It is not often you get to see the dome of a church from upfront. If you visit Karlskirche in Vienna you can do just that. They have built a scaffolding platform right all the ay to the top of the church, If you go up in a rickety lift and them climb about 3 fights of stairs, you can admire the artwork and architectural detail from close up (just don’t look down).
The scaffolding to the top
The dome from close up
Some of the Biblical scenes from up close
It is a wonderful experience, so give yourself some time for the climb.
This is the same church in which we listened to Mozart’s Requiem a few days later.