Here you can find interesting sights in Straßburg, 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 Straßburg, Austria.Back to the list of cities in Austria
1. Filialkirche hl. Stefan
The Roman Catholic branch church of St. Stefan stands opposite from Strasbourg on the right bank of the Gurk. The church was first mentioned as a branch of Lieding in 1208 and must have been raised to the parish in the same year. When the Strasbourg collegiate chapter was founded around 1330, St. Stefan was incorporated from the chapter and became the branch of the city parish.
2. Pfarrkirche Micheldorf
The Roman Catholic parish church of Micheldorf – in the district of Sankt Veit an der Glan, Carinthia – is dedicated to St. Vitus. The first documentary mention of a church in Micheldorf dates from 783 / 785. A church consecration took place between 1131 and 1167. The original parish seat was at the own church on Lorenzenberg, donated by St. Hemma in 1043.
3. Spitalskirche Hl. Geist
The Roman Catholic Church of the Holy Spirit (Heiligengeistkirche), located at the western end of Strasbourg, is an offshoot of the city's diocese. In 1337, Bishop Jerrold established a hospital here, which may already have a church. The first confirmed name of the church can be traced back to 1407.
4. Stadtpfarrkirche hl. Nikolaus
Saint Nicholas, the Roman Catholic parish church in Strasbourg, Carinthia, is dedicated to Saint Nicholas. It is located in the northeast of Strasbourg, under the former bishop's castle. There are nine princes and bishops buried in the church, including two cardinals.
5. Pfarrkirche hl. Margarethe
The Roman Catholic parish church of Lieding in the village of the same name of the municipality of Strasbourg in Carinthia is consecrated to St. Margaretha. The church building (list entry) and the rectory (list entry) are listed.
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