Vienna International Centre United Nations Office

Vienna International Centre United Nations Office is a very impressive building from architecture point of view! We hurried in after an elaborate security check. But in spite of all hurrying we reached late and missed the tour they give tourists.

Vienna International Centre United Nations Office

Vienna International Centre, one of the official residences of United Nations. The UN is open to visitors; there are guided tours, of course no photography is permitted. Lot of understandable security checks, and once through with the checks you get into a very international atmosphere.

What you can learn from guided tours of United Nations Office at Vienna

On daily guided tours, visitors can learn about

  1. Learn about the work of the United Nations, gain an insight into the work of the United Nations in Vienna
  2. See the Vienna International Centre’s striking architecture
  3. Experience vibrant, cosmopolitan atmosphere of the VIC.

Children should know the Role of UNOV

The Vienna International Centre United Nations Office staff works for peace, human rights and development. They aim to use atoms for peace. Main objective of UNOV is to reduce poverty through inclusive and sustainable industrial development. One of their main agenda is to ban nuclear testing and bring the benefits of the peaceful uses of outer space to every part of the world. They are striving to remove legal obstacles to international trade, and also make the world safer from drugs, crime and terrorism.

Our Experience at UNOV

The staff there was totally helpless about arranging a visit. It is important to be punctual even on holidays, my kids learned that day! Only interesting activity we did here was of sending self addressed cards. We purchased stamps from United Nations Office, pasted on a couple of cards and posted from there to get postage seal on them.

There are 191 country member flags on display, and tourists mostly children were happily pointing out their own. This definitely is an interesting place to visit because this is where many important decisions concerning the betterment of our world are taken.

Very Important for Guided Tour at UNVO

Take valid identification document with your photograph on it.

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26 Responses

  1. magiceye says:

    imposing structures!

  2. Carver says:

    You captured the interesting structure so well.

  3. Reader Wil says:

    An important building indeed and hopefully they take the best decisions for our world.
    Thanks Indrani!

  4. Sylvia K says:

    Such a magnificent building and I do hope the decisions made there for our world are just as magnificent! Fantastic capture for the day, Indrani! Have a lovely evening!

    Sylvia

  5. It is a vast building, do they use it all, or do they just have opened it when the visitors arrive?

  6. Hilary says:

    I'll bet it was a very interesting tour.

  7. I didn't guess. Fine capture.

  8. Ann says:

    I am posting my cousin's photos of his tour to Europe. Wish I went like you.

  9. A subtle and beautiful building. Thanks!

  10. George says:

    I must admit that I didn't recognize the building, but it certainly is a magnificent building. If the tour in Vienna is anything like the one in New York, it was definitely fascinating.

  11. ashok says:

    Nice architecture yes…but iam not sure abt any important decisions for the betterment of our world!

  12. Martha Z says:

    In one place you could symbolicly visit 191 countries.

  13. Suzy says:

    Nice buildings. thanks for sharing.

  14. I had no idea. I do like the curve of the buildings.

  15. First we create separations with borders and then we try to become united. It is a grand building with grand goals. 🙂

  16. Leovi says:

    I hope that the United Nations as efficient as they are beautiful buildings.

  17. Arija says:

    Imposing indeed, I hope the decisions match the buildings.

  18. kanak7 says:

    Very nice photo!

  19. Ash says:

    Interesting building and nice photograph!

  20. Meena says:

    tht was a crisp trip of UN 🙂

  21. Dhemz says:

    wow, very interesting…nice shot!

    thanks for visiting my OWT entry….:)

  22. ladyfi says:

    I couldn't guess what this lovely building was… but now I know!

  23. Gattina says:

    Looks a bit like the seat of the European Union in Brussels !

  24. Rajesh says:

    Great looking building with nice reflections.

  25. Jeevan says:

    Interesting to know about this visit! Nice shot on the building.

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