The Kasemattenbühne is an open-air stage on the plateau of the Schlossberg, set among the scattered ruins of the fort ... More
Kasematten - Schlossbergbühne
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 house used by the Burghauptmänner. Since its reconstruction in 1937, the site has been used as an open-air stage by the Vereinigte Bühnen Graz for all kinds of public and private events. In the past, these have been concerts, opera, and athletics competitions. Getting there involves a 15-20 minute walk from the Karmeliter or Schlossbergplatz; if you make use of the Schlossbergbahn or the cable car, the time spent walking is greatly reduced.
Neue Galerie, a section of the Johanneum Regional Museum is not part of the main building but was moved in
1811 to the former city palace of the Dukes of Herberstein due to lack of space. This gallery owns ...
This is a small (24x100m) but beautiful pond at the foot of Leech Forest, which marks the starting point for
a fitness trail running through it. Rowing boats are for rent here, and there is an Italian restaurant in ...
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 ...
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