Here you can find interesting sights in Hohenems, Austria. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 12 sights are available in Hohenems, Austria.List of cities in Austria Sightseeing Tours in Hohenems
1. Villa Iwan Rosenthal
The Villa Iwan Rosenthal in Hohenems, Vorarlberg, Austria was designed in its current basic form in 1890. The villa is a listed building and is located on the northern edge of the former Jewish quarter of Hohenems. Current plans of the city of Hohenems and the state of Vorarlberg provide for the use of the villa and parts of the park as a future Literaturhaus Vorarlberg. The renovation has been running since 2021, the opening is scheduled for 2023.
The Roman Catholic Chapel of St. Rochus is located in the village of Reute in the municipality of Hohenems in the district of Dornbirn in Vorarlberg. It is listed as a historical monument and dedicated to Saint Roch of Montpellier, the patron saint of plague sufferers. It is pastorally cared for by the parish church Hohenems-St. Karl Borromäus in Hohenems. The chapel thus belongs to the deanery of Dornbirn in the diocese of Feldkirch.
The Roman Catholic chapel of St. John of Nepomuk is located in the village of Bauern in the municipality of Hohenems in the district of Dornbirn in Vorarlberg. It is a protected monument (list entry) and dedicated to St. John of Nepomuk. She is pastorally cared for by the parish church Herrenried in Hohenems. The chapel thus belongs to the deanery of Dornbirn in the diocese of Feldkirch.
4. Gasthaus Löwen
The Gasthaus Löwen in Hohenems in Vorarlberg in the district of Dornbirn is located in the district of Markt, directly opposite the palace and the church of St. Karl-Borromäus, centrally located on Schlossplatz. The building was built at the beginning of the 19th century for the purpose of operating an inn. At the time of its construction, it was the first inn on Schlossplatz.
The mikveh in Hohenems, a town in the Austrian district of Dornbirn in Vorarlberg, is a well-preserved and renovated institution for ritual purification in the Jewish quarter, which, among other cultural-historical testimonies to the centuries-long coexistence of two communities – Christian and Jewish – in this place.
6. Jüdisches Museum
The Jewish Museum Hohenems is a regional museum in Hohenems in the Austrian state of Vorarlberg. The museum deals with the Jewish presence in Hohenems as well as surrounding regions. It also covers the Diaspora and Israel and puts the future of the European immigration society into focus.
7. Pfarrkirche Herrenried
The Roman Catholic parish church Herrenried is located in the district Herrenried in the municipality of Hohenems in Vorarlberg. The parish church of St. Konrad belongs to the deanery of Dornbirn in the diocese of Feldkirch. The church building and the parish centre are listed buildings.
8. Pfarrkirche Altach
The Roman Catholic parish church of Altach is located in the municipality of Altach in the district of Feldkirch in Vorarlberg. The parish church, dedicated to Saint Nicholas of Myra, belongs to the deanery of Rankweil in the diocese of Feldkirch. The church is a listed building.
9. St. Karl Borromäus
The Roman Catholic Parish Church of Hohenems is located in Markt District of Hohenems City, Dornbirn District, Vorarlberg, Germany. It is dedicated to St. Charles Boromio and belongs to the Parish of Dornbion in the Parish of Feldkisi. This building is a protected monument.
10. Kapelle hl. Sebastian und hl. Antonius
The Chapel of St. Sebastian and St. Anthony is a Roman Catholic chapel in the middle of the cemetery in Hohenems in the district of Dornbirn, Vorarlberg, Austria. Chapel (list entry) and cemetery complex (list entry) are under monument protection.
The Einfirst in the Austrian town of Hohenems-Emsreute is a hill and also the name of a former hotel and inn. The house is a listed building. The house is about 400 m away from the center of Hohenems as the crow flies.
12. Burg Neu-Ems
Neu-Ems Castle is a medieval castle in Hohenems in the province of Vorarlberg, Austria. It was the fortification of the nobility Herren von Ems. Neu-Ems Castle is 666 metres (2,185 ft) above sea level.
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