© Photo: Oberösterreich Tourismus GmbH./Robert Maybach: Enjoy the view in Upper Austria
Enjoy the view in Upper Austria

Lehár Monument

Bad Ischl, Oberösterreich, Österreich

Bad Ischl is also known the home of Lehár.

Lehár said he composed 30 operettas in Bad Ischl. The Lehár Festival, held each summer, and his former home Lehárvilla are testiments to his works and links to Bad Ischl. Franz Lehár died in 1948 in Bad Ischl and was laid to rest in the town cemetery.

There are around 140 monuments and memorials in Bad Ischl. From these alone it is possible to understand the immense importance of Bad Ischl as a spa, imperial and cultural town.
If you would like more information we recommend you book the "FROM MONUMENT TO MONUMENT" guided tour.


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Lehár Monument
4820 Bad Ischl

Phone +43 6132 27757
Fax machine +43 6132 27757 - 77

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Tourismusverband Bad Ischl

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