9 Sights in Steyr, Austria (with Map and Images)
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1. Wallfahrtskirche Christkindl
The parish and pilgrimage church Steyr-Christkindl in Steyr, district of Christkindl, is a baroque pilgrimage church. The plans were drawn up by Carlo Antonio Carlone, who was inspired by the Roman Pantheon. The church is named after a wax figure of the baby Jesus (Christkindl) in the high altar. The official name is Zum göttlichen Christuskind, locally also Zum Christkindl unterm Himmel.
St. Michael's Church, also known as St. Michael's Church, in the Steyrdorf district of the municipality of Steyr in Upper Austria, is a Roman Catholic parish church. It belongs to the deanery of Steyr in the diocese of Linz and is a listed building. The former Jesuit church dominates the cityscape of Steyr with its elevated position at the confluence of the Steyr and the Enns.
3. Anton Bruckner-Denkmal (Steyr)
The Bruckner monument in Steyr was unveiled in 1898, making it the oldest monument to the composer. It was designed by Fritz Zerritsch the Elder, who used a bust of Bruckner by Viktor Tilgner for this purpose. It is located on Bruckner-Platz near the parish church and is a listed building.
The Buckle Gate was probably built in the first half of the 16th century as part of the city fortifications in Steyr in the area between Steyrdorf and Tabor. The sgraffito decoration, which resembles that of the Innerberg barn, dates from 1613, as indicated by a date visible on the gate.
5. Maria Winkling
The pilgrimage chapel of Maria Winkling is located in the village of Maria im Winkl (Winkling) in the city of Steyr in Upper Austria. The Roman Catholic chapel belongs to the parish of Steyr-Gleink in the deanery of Steyr of the Diocese of Linz. The church is a listed building.
The Kollertor is a city gate in the district of Ennsdorf in the municipality of Steyr in Upper Austria. It stands directly on the Enns River and loopholes on the upper floor indicate the former defensive function. The building is a listed building.
7. Schloss Engelsegg
Engelseck Castle is a castle complex built around 1500 in Steyr. Until 1642 the estate was called Teufelseck. The entry in the list of the Federal Office for the Protection of Monuments is "Schloss Engelsegg" (list entry).
8. Stadtpfarrkirche Hl. Ägydius und Kolomann
The Roman Catholic parish church of Steyr is dedicated to St. Giles and St. Koloman. It was built in the 15th century in Gothic style and is the most important sacred building in the city of Steyr (Upper Austria).
The Neutor is one of three surviving Steyr city gates and is located at the entrance to the Grünmarkt, in the direction of the town square. The Renaissance building was built after 1572 by Jakob Marconi.
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