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Former Hospital Church

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Originally built for the former Bürgerspital in 1498, this church was also destroyd in 1809 an in the years thereafter was used as a blacksmith's shop. aving been extensively restored n 1961, it now hauses a hotel.
The portal with its red marble mouldings and relief work underneath the arch is a masterpiece of Late Gothic stonemasonary and Schärding's best example oft Gothic architecture.

Orginally built for the former Bürgerspital in 1498, this church was also destroyed in 1809 and in the years thereafter was used as a blacksmith's shop. Having been extensively restored in 1961, it now houses a hotel. The portal with its red marble mouldings and relief work underneath the arch is a masterpiece of Late Gothic stonemasonry and Schärding's best example of Gothic architecture.

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Former Hospital Church
Kirchengasse/Wieningerstrasse
4780 Schärding

Phone: +43 7712 4300-0
Fax machine: +43 7712 4320
E-Mail: info@schaerding.info
Web: www.schaerding.at

Tourismusverband Schärding
Innbruckstraße 29
4780 Schärding

Phone: +43 7712 4300-0
E-Mail: info@schaerding.info
Web: www.schaerding.at

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  • All weather
  • Suitable for groups
  • Suitable for schools
  • Suitable for single travelers
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Former Hospital Church
Schärding

Originally built for the former Bürgerspital in 1498, this church was also destroyd in 1809 an in the years thereafter was used as a blacksmith's shop. aving been extensively restored n 1961, it now hauses a hotel. The portal with its red marble mouldings and relief...