Explore interesting sights in Güssing, Austria. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 5 sights are available in Güssing, Austria.List of cities in Austria Sightseeing Tours in Güssing
1. Pfarrkirche hl. Jakob der Ältere
The Roman Catholic parish church of Güssing is located in the town of Güssing in the district of the same name in Burgenland. It is dedicated to St. James and therefore also known as Jakobikirche or Jakobuskirche. The church, which belongs to the deanery of Güssing in the diocese of Eisenstadt, is a listed building. Built in the 9th century, it is one of the oldest surviving cultural monuments in Burgenland. Although nominally a parish church, today it is mainly used as a cemetery church. Most of the services are held in the nearby Basilica of Güssing.
2. Klosterkirche Mariä Heimsuchung
Franciscan Abbey and Notre Dame Visiting Abbey Church are located in the town of Güssing in the namesake district of Burgenland. The Pilgrimage Church was upgraded to a chapel in 2013 and belongs to the Office of the Dean of Güssing in the Diocese of Eisenstadt. It is the tomb of the blessed Ladislaus Batthy á ny-Strattmann and the site of the Batthy á n family tomb. The complex is part of the fortifications of the former town and is listed as a historical monument.
3. Burg Güssing
Güssing Castle is a castle in southern Burgenland, Austria. On June 30, 1524, the castle was acquired by the Batthyány family, which retains ownership through a historical foundation that provides for the care and maintenance of the castle. Güssing Castle is 293 metres (961 ft) above sea level. Established by Béla III of Hungary around 1180, Güssing Castle is the oldest castle in Burgenland.
4. Kastell Batthyány
Batthy á ny Castle is a castle in the town of Güssing in Burgenland. It belongs to the former aristocrat Batthy á ny family and is listed as a historical monument. In 18. Built in the 4th century AD, it is an alternative residence to the medieval Castle of Gussin, which was considered inconvenient at that time and is still used as a residence by families today.
5. Kastell Güssing
Güssing Castle (German: Kastell Güssing) is a castle in the town of Güssing in the district of Güssing in Burgenland, Austria. It is owned by the former noble family Batthyány and is a listed building. Built in the 17th century, the fort was formerly the seat of the district administration of Güssing and is now used as a residential and office property.
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