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Statue of Duke Henry II, called Jasomirgott, on the square in front of the Vienna City Hall. The monument from 1867 was made by Franz Melnitzky and was located on the Elisabeth Bridge until 1897.
Henry II (1107-1177) comes from the Babenberg family, who were the Count Palatine near the Rhine (1140-1141), Margrave of Austria (1141-1156), Duke of Bavaria (1143-1156) and Duke of Austria (1156-1177). He was a son of Margrave Leopold III and Salierin Agnes von Waiblingen, daughter of Emperor Henry IV and sister of Emperor Henry V.