Here you can find interesting sights in St. Pölten, 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 5 sights are available in St. Pölten, Austria.List of cities in Austria Sightseeing Tours in St. Pölten
Sankt Pölten Cathedral dedicated to the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, is a Roman Catholic cathedral in Sankt Pölten, Lower Austria. It has been the episcopal seat of the Diocese of Sankt Pölten in Austria since 1785, having previously been the church of the Augustinian Abbey of St. Pölten, dissolved in 1784. The building, despite being a well-preserved late Romanesque structure, is Baroque in appearance.
2. Institut für jüdische Geschichte Österreichs
The St. Pölten Synagogue was the main synagogue of the Jewish Community of St. Pölten until the November pogroms of 1938. Built between 1912 and 1913 by the architects Theodor Schreier and Viktor Postelberg in Art Nouveau style, the synagogue is located on the Dr. Karl Renner Promenade in St. Pölten and is now the seat of the Institute for Jewish History of Austria.
The Sound Tower, one of the landmarks of St Porten, is by definition the tallest building in the city, or-after the cathedral-the second tallest building in the city. It was built in 1996 and has been in operation since the spring of 1997. The architect was Ernst Hoffman, who planned not only the sound tower, but also the government district.
4. Passauer Wolf
Pasho Wolf is a mean figure in heraldry. In the original version, it represented a red wolf on a silver shield. The use and performance of the Pasho wolf usually has a direct historical connection with the city of Pasho, the Parish of Pasho, or the Parish of Pasho.
Herz-Jesu-Kirche is a Roman Catholic church located at 6 Karl-Renner-Promenade, St. Polten. The branch church of St. Polten Cathedral is the convent church of the local Franciscan community in Amsteten and is a protected monument (list entry).
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