Explore Krems an der Donau in Austria with this free self-guided walking tour. The map shows the route of the tour. Below is a list of attractions, including their details.Individual Sights in Krems an der Donau
Sight 1: Frauenbergkirche
The Frauenberg Church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary in Stein an der Donau, a district of Krems an der Donau, is a former church and since the mid-1960s a memorial to the fallen of both world wars. It was built in the 14th century on a rock terrace above the parish church of St. Nicholas and is connected to it by the steep Frauenbergstiege. The tower, popularly known as Alter Michl, characterises the townscape of Stein.
Sight 2: Pfarrkirche hl. Nikolaus
The parish church of Stein an der Donau stands in Stein an der Donau at an expansion of the Steiner Landstrasse at the rising to the Frauenbergkirche in the municipality of Krems on the Danube in Lower Austria. The Roman Catholic parish church St. Nikolaus belongs to the Krems deanery in the diocese of St. Pölten. The church is under monument protection.
Sight 3: Klangraum Krems Minoritenkirche
The Minorite Church in Stein an der Donau, a district of the Lower Austrian city of Krems, is a profaned monastery church of the Minorites and is used, among others, by "Klangraum Krems".
Sight 4: Landesgalerie Niederösterreich
The Lower Austria State Gallery is an art institution of the state of Lower Austria in Krems-Stein. It is located in the art mile of Krems, in the immediate vicinity of the Kunsthalle Krems, the caricature museum Krems, the Forum Frohner and the Steiner Minorite Church.
Sight 5: Karikaturmuseum
The caricature museum Krems is the only Austrian Museum of Satirical Art and is primarily devoted to political caricature, the humorous drawing to comic and illustration. It is located in Krems -Stein (Lower Austria) - in the middle of the Krems art mile - in the immediate vicinity of the Kunsthalle Krems and the Lower Austria State Gallery.
Sight 6: Kunsthalle Krems
The Kunsthalle Krems-Stein in Stein an der Donau is an international exhibition venue in Lower Austria, which was built from 1992 to 1995 according to the plans of the architect Adolf Krischanitz in the former tobacco factory of the Tabakregie in the district of Stein. From June 2016 to July 2017, the Kunsthalle was temporarily closed, as it was completely renovated at a cost of 3.5 million euros and reopened on 1 July 2017. Among other things, the Minorite Church served as alternative accommodation.
Sight 7: Alte Klosterkirche der Justizanstalt Stein
The old monastery church of the Stein Justice Institute was the church of the monastery of the speeches in Stein on the Danube. It was built in the course of the monastery building from 1839 to 1843.
Sight 8: Evangelische Pfarrkirche
The Church of the Savior is a Protestant church building in Krems an der Donau, Germany. Built in 1912 and consecrated in 1913, it is an early work of the architect Otto Bartning.
Sight 9: Pfarrkirche St. Veit
The parish church of St. Veit in the city of Krems an der Donau is a Roman Catholic church. It is also called the "Cathedral of the Wachau".
Sight 10: Gozzoburg
The Gozzoburg is a town castle in Krems an der Donau in Lower Austria, Austria.
Sight 11: BG/BRG Piaristengasse Krems
The Federal Gymnasium and Bundesrealgymnasium Krems, the former Piaristgymnasium Krems, is a traditional general school in Krems on the Danube, which specializes in humanistic, scientific, scientific and linguistic training. The historic building wing is under monument protection.
Sight 12: Pfarrkirche St. Paul
Sight 13: Jüdischer Friedhof Krems
The Jewish cemetery Krems in Krems on the Danube became the main burial site of the Israelite cultural community of Krems in 1880/81. The cemetery is under monument protection (list entry).
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