The Hundertwasser is a residential building which you can find on Kegelgasse street, number 34-38, located in the 3rd district of Vienna. It was designed by the architect Friedensreich Hundertwasser. This building is decorated according to the tastes of its neighbors, which gives it originality and breaks the monotony of the facades.
It is one of the main streets of in the centre of Vienna. It is one of the busiest and most lively you will see throughout the city. This street, which starts almost at the opera house, goes down to Karlsplatz and leads to the famous St. Stephen's Cathedral. The pedestrian part of it starts in opera and on both sides there are lots of shops and stores, many from well-known brands. It's a very commercial street, as are those that surround it, but on this one are better known shops, restaurants and cafes. Along with clothing stores and other elements, there are also many souvenir shops where you can buy anything. Along with this, there are many cafes with terraces where, if the time comes, stop for a coffee while engaging in people-watching. It is fairly well maintained and there's no point recommending that you go as you'll almost certainly cross it at some point. Not the most expensive street in the city, although it is not the cheapest. Yes, its hundreds of stores and all the people that throng there mean it is never silent or quiet. All of it is surrounded by towering and majestic buildings, very ornate statues, ornaments and decorative elements that reflect the golden age of the city. At Christmas is one of the most decorated streets and everywhere there are lights and decorations that make it more interesting. Being a shopping street they go to a great effort.