Explore interesting sights in Hallstatt, 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 6 sights are available in Hallstatt, Austria.
1. Hallstätter Marienaltar
The Hallstatt altar of the Virgin Mary in the southern area of the double choir of the late Gothic Catholic parish church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary in Hallstatt in the Salzkammergut in Upper Austria is a pentaptych, a walking altar with a main shrine, two movable outer and two movable inner wings, which allow alternation between three different front sides. The shrine is decorated with sculptures, the inner wings are decorated with reliefs on the front and back, and there are painting panels on both sides of the outer wings. The sculptures and reliefs are extensively gilded. The altar, which is dedicated to the Mother of God, was created around 1510-20 in the workshop of Leonhard Astl and is one of the most important and elaborate late Gothic winged altars in Upper Austria.
2. Evangelische Kirche Hallstatt
The Protestant parish church of Hallstatt is located in the municipality of Hallstatt in the district of Gmunden. The present sacred building dates from 1859 to 1863 and replaced the prayer house from 1785. The church is a parish church of the Evangelical Church A. B. in Austria and belongs to the Evangelical Superintendentship of Upper Austria. The church is also known as Christ Church. The Protestant parish church of A. B. von Hallstatt is a listed building.
The Hirlatzhöhle is a cave in the Dachstein massif in the municipality of Hallstatt in the Upper Austrian part of the Salzkammergut. The total known length of the cave is over 113 km. It is thus the third longest cave in Austria and, with a depth of 1560 m, the second deepest cave in Austria. The deepest point is at 443 m above sea level and thus 65 m below the water level of the nearby Lake Hallstatt.
The Dachstein Chapel is located immediately next to the Simony Hut in the Dachstein Mountains. It lies at a height of 2,206 m and is the highest place of worship in the Northern Limestone Alps. It is located within the municipality area of Hallstatt in the district of Gmunden in Austria. It belongs to the Roman Catholic Diocese of Linz and is a cultural heritage monument.
The core of the Rudolfsturm at the entrance to the Hallstatt Salzberg High Valley in Austria goes back to a medieval fortified tower from the end of the 13th century. From this time until 1954, the tower was permanently used as the residence of the respective mining manager.
6. Pfarrkirche Maria am Berg
The parish church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, also known as Maria am Berg, is the Roman Catholic parish church of the market town of Hallstatt in the Upper Austrian Salzkammergut. The parish belongs to the deanery of Bad Ischl of the Diocese of Linz.
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