Explore interesting sights in Villach, 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 13 sights are available in Villach, Austria.Sightseeing Tours in Villach
1. Filialkirche Sankt Ulrich
The St. Ulrich branch church near Villach belongs to the parish of Maria Landskron. St. Ulrich is first mentioned in 1431. During the restoration in 1966, the building with Romanesque and Gothic elements experienced significant redesign. The nave was widened and extended. The eastern roof rider with round -arched sound openings is crowned by a small onion helmet. The lower, slightly collected, Gothic choir ends with a 5/8 closure. In the north, the sacristy and the newly built death hall are connected. The former west portal, a late Gothic, profiled pointed arch portal is now on the north side. The church is entered by the new south portal with canopy.
2. Filialkirche Heiliger Michael
The branch church of St. Michael stands on a steep wooded hill east of the village of St. Michael in the municipality of Villach. The church, which belonged to the Roman Catholic parish of Maria Landskron, was first mentioned in a document in 1431. In 1494 it was given to the Order of St. George for care together with Landskron Castle, and in 1511 it became its own.
3. Hl. Dreifaltigkeit
The Roman Catholic parish church of Völkendorf in the district of the same name in Villach is ordained the most sacred trinity. It was not until 1973 that the districts of Völkendorf, Möltschach and Judendorf were separated from the parish of St. Martin and their own parish was set up. This parish also includes the branch churches of St. Johann and Warmbad.
4. Kirche im Stadtpark
The Evangelical Church in the Stadtpark is the conclusion of October 10 Street in Villach. In its outer appearance, the Church is one of the essential contributions to the sacred building of historicism in Carinthia. The church is the main church of the Evangelical Superintendentur A. B. Carinthia and East Tyrol.
5. Filialkirche Sankt Georgen
The branch church of St. Georgen in the municipality of Villach in Austria belongs to the parish of St. Martin. St. Georgen was supposedly a vicariate of Maria Gail as early as 1267. The first reliable mention is the re-consecration in 1489 after its destruction by the Turks.
6. Pfarrkirche Sankt Niklas an der Drau
The Roman Catholic parish church St. Nikolaus in St. Niklas an der Drau in the municipality of Villach was first mentioned in 1370 and 1410 and was consecrated by the Bishop of Grado in 1486. Today's neo -baroque church was built in 1862 and renewed in 1910 after a fire.
The Protestant Church of the Resurrection in the Lind district in the municipality of Villach is part of the Villach-Nord Protestant Community Centre. The church was consecrated in 1987, and two years later Villach-Nord was elevated to an independent parish.
8. Pfarrkirche Maria Landskron
9. Sankt Johanner Kirche
The St. Johann branch church stands on a hill at 560 m above sea level. A. above the Völkendorf district in Villach. The Roman Catholic sacral building belonging to the parish of Völkendorf is ordained the Baptist.
10. Pfarrkirche St. Nikolai
11. Filialkirche Heiliger Matthäus
The Federaun branch church is located on the western outskirts of Unterfederaun in the municipal area of Villach. The church belongs to the Roman Catholic parish for Fürnitz and is consecrated to St. Matthew.
12. Evangelische Pfarrkirche Sankt Ruprecht
The Evangelical Church of St. Ruprecht is an Evangelical Lutheran church building in the St. Ruprecht district of Villach. The building is located west of the Roman Catholic branch church of St. Ruprecht.
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