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Volunteer fire department Guggenberg

Tiefgraben am Mondsee, Oberösterreich, Österreich

​The volunteer fire department Guggenberg was founded in 1925. The first fire station was built in 1926/27 at Lackinger made of wood.

​The wood came from voluntary donations of the population of Guggenberg. Since 1960, the fire station at the Rauhberger. The ground was then provided by commander Johann Schafleitner (Rauhberger) free of charge. The house was extended or rebuilt in the years 1978, 1987 and from 2002 to 2004.

Gottfried Putz donated the statue of St. Florian. She was hand-carved from linden wood by Otto Kuntschar from Teichstätt, who spent several years of his life in Tiefgraben (Schlössl). The statue is kept in the fire station.

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Volunteer fire department Guggenberg
Rauberg 16
5310 Tiefgraben am Mondsee

Phone +43 6232 4166
E-Mailinfo@ortedesglaubens.at
Webwww.ortedesglaubens.at/mondsee
https://www.ortedesglaubens.at/mondsee

Contact person

Pfarre Mondsee
Kirchengasse 1
5310 Mondsee am Mondsee

We speak the following languages

German

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