8 Sights in Bad Ischl, Austria (with Map and Images)
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1. Maria im Schatten
The Roman Catholic parish and pilgrimage church Lauffen, known under the name pilgrimage church "Maria im Schatten", stands on the right side of the Traun at the eastern end of the village of Lauffen in the municipality of Bad Ischl in the district of Gmunden in Upper Austria. It is dedicated to the feast of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary and belongs to the pastoral care area Bad Ischl in the deanery of Bad Ischl. The church is a listed building.
The T-Cave is a water-bearing cave in the Totes Gebirge in Bad Ischl municipality in Upper Austria. It is located in the Rettenbachtal at 545 m above sea level at the junction from the Rettenbachalmstraße into the Grabenbach-Forststraße, immediately before the bridge on the orographic right bank of the Rettenbach. A special feature of this cave are many beautifully modeled megalodonts.
3. Marmorschlößl Fotomuseum
The Marmorschlössl in the Kaiserpark of Bad Ischl (Salzkammergut) was used by Emperor Franz Joseph I and Empress Elisabeth as a breakfast salon. Between 1978 and 2020 it housed the first Austrian photo museum and has been a location of OÖ Landes-Kultur GmbH since April 2020, on which special exhibitions on topics of the Salzkammergut and the Kaiserhaus take place.
The Kaiservilla in Bad Ischl, Upper Austria, was the summer residence of Emperor Franz Joseph I and Empress Elisabeth of Austria, known as Sisi. The mansion is currently the residence of their great-grandson Archduke Markus Emanuel Salvator.
The cooling hole is an active water cavity in the dead mountains on Bad Ischler municipal area in Upper Austria. It is located in the Rettenbach valley in 554 m above sea level. A. directly on the street to Rettenbachalm.
6. Untere Schießerbachhöhle
The Untere Schießerbachhöhle is a cave in the Totes Gebirge in Bad Ischl in Upper Austria. It is located in the Rettenbachtal at 605 m above sea level about 40 meters above the forest road to the Rettenbachalm.
7. Obere Schießerbachhöhle
The Obere Schießerbachhöhle is a cave in the Totes Gebirge in Bad Ischl in Upper Austria. It is located in the Rettenbachtal at 643 m above sea level about 80 meters above the forest road to the Rettenbachalm.
8. Museum Leharvilla
Lehár Villa is a building in Bad Ischl in Upper Austria, on the bank of the River Traun. It was the summer residence of the composer Franz Lehár (1870–1948). Today it is a museum dedicated to the composer.
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