Explore interesting sights in Klagenfurt, 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 10 sights are available in Klagenfurt, Austria.Sightseeing Tours in Klagenfurt
The Eboardmuseum, founded in 1987 by the musician, mathematics teacher and engineer Gert Prix, is a collection of electronic keyboard instruments. It very quickly outgrew the original venue and, in 2007, the collection was moved into a hall at the fair area in the centre of Klagenfurt am Wörthersee in Austria and is now considered to be the largest museum of its kind worldwide. In 2010, the Eboardmuseum was honored with the Austrian "Museumsguetesiegel" seal of quality. At the invitation of Google, the Eboardmuseum has been participating in the Music, Makers & Machines project as part of Google Arts & Culture since March 2021. As part of this project, it presents a small selection of its exhibits, accompanied by video examples.
2. Schloss Maria Loretto
Maria-Loretto Castle is located in the eastern bay of Lake Wörthersee on the Maria Loretto peninsula, next to the confluence of the Lend Canal in the city of Klagenfurt am Wörthersee. After the castle had been owned by the Orsini-Rosenberg family since its construction, it was acquired by the city of Klagenfurt at the end of 2002. The building and the park were renovated in 2007 and opened to the public. A private company currently operates an event centre on the grounds of the castle.
The Kreuzbergl is the "local mountain" of Klagenfurt am Wörthersee. Although the Kreuzbergl at 517 m above sea level is only a comparatively small elevation that extends close to the northwestern corner of the city center, the entire mountain group between the Kreuzbergl and the Hallegg ponds with the Calvary (588 m) and the Falkenberg (671 m) is usually colloquially referred to as "Kreuzbergl".
The Roman Catholic St. Mary's Church in Klagenfurt am Wörthersee on Benediktinerplatz was consecrated in 1624 and belongs to the Franciscan monastery built at the same time, which was later looked after by the Benedictines. After them, the adjacent square is called Benedictine Square, the church used to be the Benedictine Church.
5. Museum Moderner Kunst Kärnten
The Museum of Modern Art Carinthia (MMKK) is a museum located in the city center of Klagenfurt, which is located in the premises of the former Carinthian State Gallery in the so-called Klagenfurt Castle. It shows modern and contemporary art on an exhibition area of around 1000 square meters.
6. Schloss Falkenberg
Falkenberg Castle is a castle-like building on the Falkenberg in the northwest of the Carinthian capital Klagenfurt am Wörthersee. The originally rural farm was converted into a nobleman's residence around 1686. The listed building now serves as an inn and guest house.
Klagenfurt Cathedral is the cathedral of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Gurk-Klagenfurt and also the main parish church of Klagenfurt. It was built by Protestants and dedicated to the Holy Trinity in 1581, and was the largest Protestant church in Austria at that time.
8. Schloss Freyenthurn
Freyenthurn Castle is located in the west of the city of Klagenfurt on the southern slope of the Falkenberg, visible from afar above the eastern bay of Lake Wörthersee. To the west below is the city's vineyard.
The Church of the Holy Spirit in Klagenfurt am Wörthersee is a branch church belonging to the Roman Catholic parish of St. Egid. It is located on Heiligengeistplatz on the western edge of the city center.
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