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Waldhausen Abbey Church

Waldhausen im Strudengau, Oberösterreich , Österreich

1650 - 1680 by Carlo Canevale and Christoph Colomba (consecrated in 1693) was built.
Early baroque, ornate, provided with colorful frescoes inside, with eight side chapels.

This Abbey was founded in 1150 and called "silvia domus", "the

house in the woods". It gave its name to the village of Waldhausen.

With awe and wonder we experience today the beauty and enormous dimension of the early Baroque collegiate church, which was formerly part of the great monastery.

Even today, the collegiate church is a center of cultural life. The widely famous organ concerts and Waldhausener Advent with "Music for Christmas" on 8 December, you should certainly visit sometimes.

Guided tours by appointment at the Parish - also in English
Duration: about 30 minutes.
Opening times: Daily from 7.00 am - 19.00 clock

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Waldhausen Abbey Church
Schloßberg 1
4391 Waldhausen im Strudengau

+43 7260 4251
pfarre.waldhausen@dioezese-linz.at
dioezese-linz.at/pfarren/waldhausen
www.waldhausen.at
http://dioezese-linz.at/pfarren/waldhausen
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Contact person
Mr Pfarrer Karl Micheal Wögerer
Schloßberg 2
4391 Waldhausen im Strudengau

+43 7260 4251
pfarre.waldhausen@dioezese-linz.at
dioezese-linz.at/pfarren/waldhausen

We speak the following languages

German
English

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