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Here you can find interesting sights in Linz, 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 9 sights are available in Linz, Austria.List of cities in Austria Sightseeing Tours in Linz
1. Saab 29
The Saab 29 Tunnan, colloquially Flygande tunnan or just Tunnan, is a Swedish fighter that was designed and manufactured by Saab in the 1940s. It was the second turbojet-powered combat aircraft to be developed in Sweden, the first being the Saab 21R, and it was the first Western European fighter to be produced with a swept wing post World War II, only being preceded in Western Europe as a whole by the Me 262 built during the war. Despite its rotund appearance, from which its name is derived, the J 29 was fast and agile and served effectively in both fighter and fighter-bomber roles into the 1970s.
The Kürnberg near Linz is an area populated by people for thousands of years. Since he rose over the once swampy lowlands of the Danube Valley, he offered himself as an ideal settlement site. On it there are numerous military facilities, cult places, cemeteries and settlements from various cultural -historical epochs. The Kürnberger Forest with the 526 m high Kürnberg is now a forestry area on the Danube in the west of Linz. It is located in the communities of Wilhering and Leonding and is part of the Austrian granite and Gneis Hochland.
3. forum metall
The Danube farms, also known as the Danube Park or Lände, is a public Linz Park, which is located in the city center between the Nibelungenbrücke and the Voest Bridge on the southern bank of the Danube. The Danube region serves as a relaxation park and also as a setting for cultural events, such as the Linz Klang cloud and the Linzfest. In addition, the Danube region is considered a popular meeting place for the youth culture in Linz in summer.
4. Maria Himmelfahrt
The Roman Catholic parish church of the City of Linz in Upper Austria was demolished during the founding measurement of the city expansion in 1207 and built as a single-nave Romanesque church building with nave and choir. A new larger Gothic choir was later built and the tower was grown. Today's parish church was expanded into a three -aisled nave in the Baroque and the choir was again enlarged.
5. Botanischer Garten
The Botanical Garden of the City of Linz dates back to 1853 and was opened in 1952 at its current location. On an area of 4.2 hectares there are more than 10,000 different plant species, with the greatest attention being paid to the cactus and orchid collection. In addition to the narrower complex, a 14-hectare arboretum not far from the main site belongs to the grounds of the Botanical Garden.
The Linz Minoritenkirche, also called the country house church, is one of the most worth seeing places of worship in the city of Linz. The Rococo Church, entitled "Mariä Ankündung", is owned by the Upper Austrian state government, is a branch church of the parish of Linz and is used by the St. Petrus priesthood, in which the church principal is also located.
7. StifterHaus, OÖ Literaturmuseum
8. Alter Dom
The Old Cathedral, also called the Church of Ignatius or the Jesuit Church is a church in Linz, Austria. It was built between 1669 and 1683 in Baroque style. From 1785 to 1909 it served as cathedral of the Diocese of Linz.
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