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1. Burg Landskron
Landskron Castle is a medieval hill castle northeast of Villach in the state of Carinthia, Austria. Dating to the early 14th century, the castle ruins are located on a rock cone of the Ossiach Tauern range, at an elevation of 658 metres (2,159 ft) above sea level. Today Landskron Castle, its falconry centre conducting regular flying demonstrations, and the nearby macaque enclosure are major tourist destinations.
2. Pfarrkirche Sankt Leonhard
The parish church of St. Leonhard in the Villach district of the same name was first mentioned in 1399. The late Gothic building was partially destroyed in a bomb attack on March 22, 1945. In 1947, the church, which was rebuilt by Walter Mayr, was consecrated. St. Leonhard was a branch of St. Nikolai and was only raised to the parish in 1954.
3. Filialkirche Heiliger Michael
St Michael's Church sits on a steep wooded hill east of the village of St Michael in the city of Village. The church belongs to the Roman Catholic diocese of Maria Landskron and was first mentioned in 1431. In 1494, it was awarded to the Order of St. George along with Landskron Castle and became its own in 1511.
4. Kirche im Stadtpark
The Evangelical Church in the city park is the end of October 10th in Villach. In its external appearance, the Church is one of the main contributions to the sacral building of historicism in Carinthia. The church is the main church of the Evangelical Superintendur A. B. Carinthia and East Tyrol.
5. Affenberg Landskron
Affenberg Landskron is a zoo in Villach, Austria. 160 Japanese macaques. Animal husbandry is semi-free compared to other zoos, meaning animals live on a fenced, wooded land that provides 40,000 square meters of habitat for monkeys. Affenberg is a Class A zoo under Austrian law.
The Evangelical Resurrection Church in Linde District of Villahe City is part of the Villahe-Nord Evangelical Community Center. The church was consecrated in 1987 and Villach-Nord was elevated to an independent parish two years later.
7. Adlerarena Burg Landskron
8. Sankt Johanner Kirche
St. John's Church is located on a hill at an altitude of 560 meters. Above the Völkendorf district of A. Villach. The sacred Roman Catholic building belonging to the diocese of Völkendorf is dedicated to John the Baptist.
9. Pfarrkirche St. Nikolai
10. Filialkirche St. Andrä
St. Endra's Church, located in Villach's eponymous district, belongs to the parish of Maria Landskron. The church first mentioned in 1664 was destroyed in a fire in 1826. Its successor was inaugurated in 1861.
11. Evangelische Pfarrkirche Sankt Ruprecht
The Evangelical Church of St. Ruprecht is an Evangelical Lutheran church building in the Villach district of St. Ruprecht. The building stands west of the Roman Catholic branch church of St. Ruprecht.
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