12 Sights in Baden, Austria (with Map and Images)
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The royal cave is a 25 m deep cave in the municipality of Baden in Lower Austria. It is the eponymous site for the Neolithic Baden culture in Austria. West of Baden, the hill rises with the Rauheneck castle ruins at the entrance of the Helenental. The narrow Wolfstal is located between the Rauhenecker Plateau and the small Lindenkogel, which is located northwest. Almost at the end of this incision is the royal cave on the northwest slope under the plateau and below a limestone rock at an altitude of about 350 m, which you enter through a 16 m wide and 3 m high portal. There is a mighty stooping block under a window of four meters in the cave ceiling.
2. Arnulf Rainer Museum
The Arnulf Rainer Museum is a temporary exhibition museum in Josefsplatz 5, Baden, Lower Austria. It is located in the former so-called "women's bath" built in French classical style in 1821. In 1973, bathing facilities were discontinued and the house was used as a national exhibition center. In 2006, the Baden municipal government decided to transform the exhibition center into a museum dedicated to Anulf Reina, a contemporary Austrian painter and Baden native. After an adjustment of about $2 million. The museum opened in September 2009.
3. Kirche St. Helena
The Roman Catholic branch church of Baden-St. Helena is located in the village Weikersdorf of the municipality Baden bei Wien in the district of Baden in Lower Austria. It is dedicated to the feast of the Epiphany of the Lord and belongs as a branch church of the parish of Baden-St. Christoph zum Dekanat Baden im Vikariat Unter dem Wienerwald der Erzdiözese Wien. The building is a listed building.
4. Stadttheater Baden
The Stadttheater Baden is one of the theatres in Baden in Lower Austria and belongs organizationally to the stage Baden. Since May 2017, Michael Lakner has been the artistic director. Previously, the Austrian Kammersänger Sebastian Reinthaller (2014–2016) and Robert Herzl (2005–2014) held this position. Operas, operettas, musicals and plays or spoken theatre are performed on stage.
Baden, unofficially distinguished from other Badens as Baden bei Wien, is a spa town in Austria. It serves as the capital of Baden District in the state of Lower Austria. Located about 26 km (16 mi) south of Vienna, the municipality consists of cadastral areas Baden, Braiten, Gamingerhof, Leesdorf, Mitterberg, Rauhenstein, and Weikersdorf.
6. St. Josef
The Roman Catholic parish church of Baden-Leesdorf is located on Leesdorfer Hauptstraße in the municipality of Baden bei Wien in Lower Austria. The parish church of St. Joseph belongs to the deanery of Baden in the Archdiocese of Vienna. The parish church and pastoral centre are listed buildings.
The Roman Catholic parish church of Baden-St. Christoph is located in the district of Weikersdorf in the municipality of Baden bei Wien in Lower Austria. The parish church of St. Christoph belongs to the deanery of Baden in the Archdiocese of Vienna. The parish church is a listed building.
The church St. Stephan is a Catholic church in Baden in Lower Austria. The official name is Stadtpfarrkirche St. Stephan. The present building began in Gothic style in the 15th century. It was remodeled Baroque in the 17th century, and an attempt made to restore Gothic features from 1880.
The thermal lido Baden in Baden (Lower Austria) is, with a total area of approx. 25,000 m², one of the largest adventure pools in Austria. It has the largest artificial sandy beach in Austria – and, in 1929, the largest basin on the continent. The bath is a listed building.
10. Ruine Rauhenstein
Burgruine Rauhenstein is a castle in Baden bei Wien, Lower Austria, Austria. It was constructed in the 12th century. It is known to be the location where Karl van Beethoven, Ludwig van Beethoven's nephew, attempted suicide in July 1826.
The Rollettmuseum is a museum in Baden in Lower Austria, which contains on the one hand the city archive of the city of Baden, on the other hand the collection of the Badner district court physician Anton Rollett.
The Frauenkirche at Frauengasse 3 in the city of Baden in Lower Austria was first mentioned in the 13th century in a document from Heiligenkreuz Abbey as Marienkirche in Baden. It is a listed building.
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