Wienerberg Hill, alt. 244 m, ridge on the southern edge of Vienna (10th district), wooded during the Middle Ages. In the 19th century many housing estates were erected on the northern slope towards the side of the town (Favoriten), several brickworks were built on the southern slope. The Wienerberg Hill is crossed by the southbound Triester Straße through road; the Spinnerin am Kreuz monument is situated on its highest elevation. A water tower of 67 m height supplies parts of Vienna's 10th and 12th district with drinking water. In 1960, a gas container of 104 m height was erected at the foot of Wienerberg Hill. Wienerberg Hill recreation area with Matsumae-Budo-Center, golf links, leisure and recreation facilities, biotopes (ponds originating from brickworks). Wienerberg Hill Retirement Home, Wiener Gebietskrankenkasse health and social insurance agency outpatient clinic for the southern districts of Vienna (Ambulatorium Süd) since 1974/75, administration building of the Wiener Gebietskrankenkasse health and social insurance agency since 1981. Business Park Vienna; Church Salvatorkirche am Wienerfeld (1977-79, ministry centre). Completion of the first part of the Wienerberg Hill housing estate in 1987. In the east, the Wienerberg Hill continues as Laaer Berg Hill.
Literature: H. Tschulk, Favoriten, Wiener Bezirkskulturführer, 1985.