In the 17th Century, today's Johanneum was known as Lambrechter Hof, after its first owner. In 1811, Habsburg Archduke ... More
In the 17th Century, today's Johanneum was known as Lambrechter Hof, after its first owner. In 1811, Habsburg Archduke Johann took control of the building and donated his scientific collection as the basis of the museum's exhibitions. Soon after, the collection was made available to the public and was subsequently expanded. Presently, the main building of the Johanneum in Raubergasse, houses the geology, zoology, mineralogy and botany departments as permanent exhibits. The Alte Galerie also shows visiting exhibits (such as works by Schiele and Gaugin).
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The Kasemattenbühne is an open air stage on the plateau of the Schlossberg, set among the scattered ruins of the
fort built in 1809. Originally, Kasematten were storage cellars, also used as prisons. They were located below the main ...
Coming from the Hauptplatz, it takes just a few minutes to get to Mariahilferplatz, crossing the River Mur by way
of a pedestrian bridge. There you will find the Minoriten Church with its adjoining monastery. Building of the church ...
The largest castle in the Steiermark, incorporated into the Johanneum museum in 1947, shelters a whole new world to discover.
Erected in 1625 as a representative building by Duke Hans Ulrich von Eggenberg, it still manages to preserve its ...