6 Sights in Wiener Neustadt, Austria (with Map and Images)


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Explore interesting sights in Wiener Neustadt, 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 6 sights are available in Wiener Neustadt, Austria.

Sightseeing Tours in Wiener Neustadt

1. St. Leopold

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The parish church of St. Leopold is a Roman Catholic branch church of the provost's parish of the cathedral in Wiener Neustadt at Wiener Straße 61. Originally a Jesuit church until the abolition of the Jesuit order in 1773. The church is called the suburban church because it stood in front of the former Viennese gate of the former city wall and was placed as a point de vue in the axis of Wiener Strasse, which since then has made a bend in front of the church forecourt, which shows the remains of a Roman road towards Vienna in the extension.

Wikipedia: Vorstadtkirche (Wiener Neustadt) (DE)

2. Sparkassenbrunnen

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The Sparkassenbrunnen is located on Neunkirchner Straße in the Lower Austrian City of Wiener Neustadt. It was built by the sculptor Hans Muhr in 1993 by the Wiener Neustädter Sparkasse in 1993 before the entrance to the customer center. In 1995 this fountain of the city of Wiener Neustadt was handed over by the Sparkasse as a gift.

Wikipedia: Sparkassenbrunnen (Wiener Neustadt) (DE)

3. Liebfrauendom

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Wiener Neustadt Cathedral, or the Cathedral of the Assumption of Mary and St. Rupert, is a Catholic church located in Wiener Neustadt, Austria. Now a parish church, it was previously the cathedral of the diocese of Wiener Neustadt between 1468 and 1785, the year of the suppression of the diocese.

Wikipedia: Wiener Neustadt Cathedral (EN)

4. Museum St. Peter an der Sperr

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Museum St. Peter an der Sperr Architect: Peter Übersberger (koup architekten / arch.c schmidt-ginzkey)Image: Wolfgang Glock / CC BY-SA 4.0

The Museum St. Peter an der Barrager is located in Petersgasse in the Statutar City of Wiener Neustadt in Lower Austria. The former Dominican monastery or Dominican monastery is listed (list entry). The city museum is structurally connected to the St. Peter exhibition church.

Wikipedia: Museum St. Peter an der Sperr (DE), Website

5. Kapuzinerkirche

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The Capuchin Church of St. Jakob is a Roman Catholic High Gothic Minorite church and later baroque monastery church of the Capuchins in Wiener Neustadt at Bahngasse 23. Adjacent to the church is an early baroque Capuchin monastery with a monastery garden.

Wikipedia: Kapuzinerkirche (Wiener Neustadt) (DE)

6. Spinnerin am Kreuz

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Spinnerin am Kreuz

The Spinner on the Cross is the name given to a Gothic statue made of sandstone in Wiener Neustadt. The column was built according to the designs of the master builder Michael. There is also a column called Spinnerin am Kreuz in Vienna.

Wikipedia: Spinnerin am Kreuz (Wiener Neustadt) (DE)


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