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Vienna was a city in Austria.

According to the Sixth Doctor, Ferdinand III moved his court to Vienna in 1648, making it the capital. (PROSE: Gold and Black Ooze)

The river Danube flowed through the city. (AUDIO: A Requiem for the Doctor)

Vienna was highly significant to Europe's railway network, being a stop on the Transcontinental Express (AUDIO: A Blind Eye) and the Orient Express. (PROSE: All-Consuming Fire)

Around 2010s, it consisted of districts, one of which was called Floridsdorf. (AUDIO: The Sontaran Project)


18th century[]

The Eighth Doctor once battled a Bacchanite in Vienna and in the process inspired Johann Wolfgang von Goethe to write Faust. (PROSE: The Sorrows of Vienna)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart lived in Vienna with his wife Constanze in the second half of the 18th century. (AUDIO: A Requiem for the Doctor)

In 1782, the Eighth Doctor and Sabbath Dei came to Vienna to attend the premiere of Mozart's The Abduction from the Seraglio. (PROSE: The Adventuress of Henrietta Street)

In 1791, (AUDIO: My Own Private Wolfgang) Mozart died in Vienna. (AUDIO: A Requiem for the Doctor)

19th century[]

In 1816, (AUDIO: The Silver Turk) the Eighth Doctor left Samson and Gemma Griffin in Vienna while answering a distress signal from his future self. (AUDIO: Mary's Story)

On 11 September 1873, the Eighth Doctor took Mary Shelley to Vienna on her very first journey in the TARDIS, attempting to reunite with Samson and Gemma but getting the year wrong On this trip, he and Shelley battled Cybermen. (AUDIO: The Silver Turk)

In 1887, Sherlock Holmes and John Watson went on holiday to Vienna on the Orient Express. (PROSE: All-Consuming Fire)

20th century[]

Toby the Sapient Pig was grown in a bell jar in Vienna. (AUDIO: Year of the Pig)

Alternate versions of Honoré Lechasseur and Emily Blandish once travelled back in time to Vienna to ensure that Adolf Hitler was admitted into the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts. (PROSE: The Sideways Door)

On 3 September 1939, Romana II rode the Calais-Vienna leg of the Transcontinental Express. (AUDIO: A Blind Eye)

Shortly after October 1942, the Eighth Doctor visited Vienna to check German paperwork regarding the Markebo incident. (PROSE: The Turing Test)

After World War II, Vienna was administered by the Allied Control Console. The city was divided into four zones patrolled by the United Kingdom, France, the United States of America and Soviet Union.

In 1948, the Sixth Doctor, Constance Clarke and Flip Jackson visited Vienna. (AUDIO: Quicksilver)

In 1967, Sandie Shaw won Eurovision Song Contest held in Vienna. (PROSE: The Good Doctor)

21st century[]

Around 2010s, the headquarters of the Auctioneers was in Floridsdorf district of Vienna. The Overseer operated from there. The office was closed after Christine Colley was captured by UNIT. Commander Merx, a Sontaran, was shortly held in Vienna before being transferred to England to be used in the cloning experiments of Professor John Torrance. (AUDIO: The Sontaran Project)

Later history[]

The Fifth Doctor and Peri Brown also visited Vienna in 2100, if only long enough to deposit the Time Lord Techu there. (PROSE: Leap Second)

Hilberta's Hostel operated in Vienna in the 27th century. (PROSE: The Brakespeare Voyage) It was the supposed site of Robert Scarratt's death. (PROSE: Pre-narrative Briefings)

Undated events[]

The Tenth Doctor once visited Vienna. He went to the Vienna State Opera to see Puccini's grand opera Turandot. The alien Anton Mordillo was the star of the opera. (COMIC: The Great Mordillo)

Brenda Soobie once had a pleasant night with a certain handsome, English man in Vienna in "ninety-six". (PROSE: Party Fears Two)

Other references[]

The clone of Bertie Potts, who introduced himself as the British consul in Ur, claimed that he was hoping for a posting in Vienna. (AUDIO: The Boundless Sea)

Johannes Rausch earned a degree in metallurgy at the University of Vienna. (AUDIO: Unregenerate!)