Man bringe den Spritzwein!
Michael Häupl-icon.png Michael Häupl, former mayor of Vienna

Viennaball, or the Duchy of Viennaball (or as he calls himself, Wienball) is the capital cityball of Austria-icon.png Austriaball, and since 2018, he can into most livable cityball. He likes his sausage stands, or as he calls them, Würstel/Wiaschtlständ and putting signs that remind people to put their dog's feces in a plastic bag everywhere. Vienna is home to many famous componists and there is also that little thing called First Viennese School, or Wiener Klassik. Viennaball consits of 23 City districts and 89 cadastral communities

Viennaball has also had some of the most influential battles in the history of Europe on his clay.


Viennaball was officially born as a 2-icon.png 2ball, settled by SPQR-icon.png Romans around 100 AD, firstly mentinoed in 881 as apud Weniam and later adopted by Austria-icon.png Ostarrîchiball, today known as Austria-icon.png Austriaball. Viennaball became Austrian capital in 1155.

In 1529 and in 1683, the Ottoman-icon.png Ottomans tried to invade Viennaball, but failed both times.

In 1804, Viennaball became the capital of Austrian Empire-icon.png Austrian Empireball.

During the Second World War, Viennaball was bombed many times which caused the destruction of some important Viennese buildings.

After World War II, Viennaball was split up into 4 sectors: The Soviet Vienna-icon.png Soviet occupation Zone, the British Vienna-icon.png British occupation Zone, the US-Vienna-icon.png American occupation Zone and the French Vienna-icon.png French occupation Zone. In 1955, the Austrian State Treaty was signed in Viennaball, which turned Austriaball into a free countryball again.

How to draw

Draw Viennaball isn't difficult:

  1. Divide the basic circle shape into two horizontal stripes, red and white
  2. Draw the coat of arms of Vienna in the center
  3. Draw the eyes and you've finished.


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