5 Sights in Sankt Thomas, Austria (with Map and Images)

Explore interesting sights in Sankt Thomas, 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 Sankt Thomas, Austria.

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1. Archäologischer Park Magdalensberg

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The town on the Magdalensberg is a Norian settlement inhabited from the 1st century BC to the middle of the 1st century AD on the slopes and summit plateau of the Magdalensberg on the edge of the Carinthian Zollfeld. It was an important trading point before and during the initial phase of the Roman occupation, especially for the Norian iron. The settlement was abandoned after the construction of the Roman city of Virunum am Zollfeld, with the documented settlement duration being only about 90 years. The most important single find is the young man from Magdalensberg.

Wikipedia: Stadt auf dem Magdalensberg (DE)

2. Magdalensberg

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The Magdalensberg in Carinthia is a mountain in the Klagenfurt Basin northeast of Klagenfurt. The church on the summit is a place of pilgrimage and the starting point of the annual Four Mountains Run. Also on the summit, as well as on the southern slope, was a late Celtic/early Roman settlement, the city on the Magdalensberg. The mountain gave its name to the municipality of Magdalensberg, which was created in 1973 by merging.

Wikipedia: Magdalensberg (Berg) (DE)

3. Burgruine Zeiselberg

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The ruins of Zeiselberg Castle, or Zeiselburg for short, Čilberk for short, are the remains of a medieval hilltop castle on a hill above the village of the same name in the municipality of Magdalensberg in Carinthia, which probably existed for only a few decades in the 13th century. More recently, parts of the complex have been uncovered and reconstructed. The Zeiselburg is now a popular destination for excursions.

Wikipedia: Burgruine Zeiselberg (DE)

4. Helenenkirche

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The church on the Magdalensberg in Magdalensberg, Carinthia, Austria, at the summit of the 1058 meter high Magdalensberg is a branch church of the parish church of Saint Margaretha in Ottmanach. It is dedicated to Saints Helena and Mary Magdalene, with the patronage of Helena being the original one and that of Mary Magdalene only appearing after 1583.

Wikipedia: Kirche am Magdalensberg (DE)

5. Schloss Ottmanach

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Ottmanach Castle is located at the southern foot of the Magdalensberg in the municipality of the same name in Carinthia. The listed building, together with the associated estate, is privately owned and now houses a farm.

Wikipedia: Schloss Ottmanach (DE)


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