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Monasteries, cloisters and churches in Upper Austria

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Church - Saint Andreas
Steinbach am Attersee

This site, located on top of a hill above the lake, was historically used by the Celts and Romans as a place for worshipping, as indicated by findings of many statues at the site. This church was built in honor of saint Andreas, because he is the patron of the...

Parish church of St. Jakob
Seewalchen am Attersee

The St. James ordained The interior has been enhanced with an extensive renovation, 1998-2000, with the characteristic exterior remained essentially. At the late-Gothic building, which still exists today, was worked from 1439, the Arc de Triomphe in front of the...

Parish Church

Since the year 1965 Rechberg is an official parish. The church is consecrated to St. Nikolaus.

Pöstlingberg Church

This pilgrimage church, dedicated to the Seven Sorrows of the Virgin Mary and perched high above the roofs of the city, is the landmark of the Upper Austrian capital. It was built in 1748 according to plans by Matthias Krinner. The church is popular for weddings...

Prämonstratenser Chorherrenstift Schlägl

The jewel in Upper Austria ... Since 1218, members of the Premonstratensian Order have been living and working here at the foot of the Bohemian Forest. It was founded by St. Norbert of Xanten in 1121. collegiate Church The Gothic collegiate church has three naves...


Richtberg-Taferl is a place of pilgrimage, which is located on the 1047 meter high mountain in Richtberg - Reindlmühl. The "Taferl" as it is called in the population, especially looking for people who want to be in mental and physical distress and hope for a...

Rococo church Pfarrkirchen
Pfarrkirchen bei Bad Hall

The most beautiful rural rococo church in Austria. Gothic-baroque-rococo: originally a gothic building (1326) with a single-bay choir with a 5/8 conclusion; the lower part of the west tower was added in the middle of the 15th century. It was completely rebuilt in...

Parish church

Holy ghost church and josephs chapel The parish Lenzing is a relatively "young" parish was formerly established in the course of the construction of LENZING AG Lenzing viscose staple.

Schatzkammer Pfarre Spital am Pyhrn
Spital am Pyhrn

The treasury extends over two floors and is the size of a hall. The building comes from the second half of the 17th century. The portal with polished stone walls is made of red Spitaler marble and the entrance door is decorated on both sides with magnificent inlays...

Pfarrkirche St. Pankratius in Ranshofen
Braunau am Inn

Under Karl the Great it was raised to an imperial palace and the last Carolingian Emperor Arnulf of Carinthia had a palace chapel built here in 898. Already before the year 1030, the Emperor Henry II erected the parish Ranshofen and had a parish church built. Emperor...

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