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  • 1 Stadtpfarrkirche Interesting

    Religious buildings

    Oberer Stadtplatz

    The church was built in the 13C, then extended in the 14C and 15C. However, because of its location, this extension had to be made to the north, which accounts for the imposing triple nave's asymmetry. In the 17C and 18C, the interior welcomed the Ba..

  • 2 Rathaus

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Oberer Stadtplatz

    The former town fortress is distinguished by its huge hipped roof. It also has a crenellated wall and is made up of two parts: the eastern section has a great Renaissance stone doorway, while the western section boasts the Königshaus, donated to the ..

  • 3 Stiftsplatz

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Contrasting with the Medieval town's fantasy, this square's classical arrangement is harmonious. It is lined eastwards with the sober façades of the former Jesuit college and church, and above all, to the south, by the austere but harmonious former N..

  • 4 Damenstift

    Religious buildings


    Archduchess Magdalena, the sister of Ferdinand II, founded this abbey in 1567-69. The church front, with its four full-length fluted pilasters, is an example of the transition from the Renaissance to the Baroque style.

  • 5 Burg Hasegg

    Museums and art


    This stronghold, originally controlling the river, is dominated by its tower. It gained historical importance when the Tyrol rulers transferred their mint here in 1567. It was at Hall that the silver thaler, accepted throughout Europe, was minted unt..

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