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Just south of Graz Cathedral is the Mausoleum of Emperor Ferdinand II who started building it from 1614 within his residence. ... More
Mausoleum of Emperor Ferdinand II
Just south of Graz Cathedral is the Mausoleum of Emperor Ferdinand II who started building it from 1614 within his residence. The Mausoleum is amongst the most important buildings in Graz. It's a monument to the successful Counter-Reformation and is composed of two parts - to the north, there is St Catherine's Church; while its southern part shelters the graves of Kaiser Ferdinand, his wife Maria Anna, his mother Maria, and of one of his sons. Call ahead for more details.
The fact that the 473 meter high Hausberg remains a green oasis even today is attributable to Franz Ludwig von
Welden. The formerly bare Dolomite rock used to be the site of a fort and all but the watch ...
You can enter the Museum of the Diocese Graz Seckau via the Minoriten Monastery's cloister. The museum contains sacred historic
artefacts, displayed in a permanent collection entitled "Precious Styrian Churches". In addition, three special exhibitions are shown per year. ...
Pädagogische Akademie Eggenberg, the Eggenberg Pedagogic Academy, is nestled in the green western parts of the city at the foot
of the hills surrounding the Graz basin. Built in the early 1960s, this was among the first structures in ...
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