At the entrance to the Imperial Butterfly House in the downtown core of Vienna, Austria, stop and admire the elegant art nouveau building that this tourist attraction is housed in. Above the doorways, there is a bright orange butterfly and a sign promoting the entrance to the Imperial Butterfly House.In 1998, reconstruction was done to the building making the total area of the surroundings over 3,000 square feet which towers above the Imperial Palace gardens. Once you pass through the entrance, you can explore the gardens amongst hundreds of tropical butterflies that flutter past you in the art nouveau glasshouse.As you wander through the Imperial Butterfly House in Vienna, Austria you will pass a waterfall, a small pond and several bridges that are strategically placed to create an exquisite backdrop. Before exiting the building, be sure you double check to make sure there are no butterflies that have attached themselves to your clothing.Children will learn a great deal about various species of butterflies, the life cycle of a butterfly and see how the pupa stage evolves. Plan on spending a couple of hours at the Imperial Butterfly House learning all about the world of tropical butterflies while in Vienna, Austria.Entrance to the Imperial Butterfly House in downtown Vienna, Austria, Europe
I photographed this photo with the digital SLR camera model Canon EOS-1Ds Mark II, aperture of f/6.3, exposure time of 1/320 sec. on ISO 100, as always I used a original Canon Lens, the focus lenght for this picture was 42mm.
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