Doppelwendeltreppe, located in Graz, Austria, is a helical staircase designed by architect Gustav Faber in 1969. It is a prime example of modernist architecture and supported by four pillars, and is 25 meters high. It offers a unique viewpoint from which to admire the whole city and its surroundings. The staircase is also a popular spot for tourists who admire its intricate design. Visitors can reach the site from the main square or from the Herrengasse. Doppelwendeltreppe is a must-visit destination for anyone interested in architectural beauties, especially for those passionate about modernism.
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