Piața Am Eisernen Tor este o piață de formă triunghiulară situată între Opernring și Herrengasse în districtul I Innere Stadt al orașului Graz și a fost numită după fosta poartă a orașului. Obiectivele importante ale pieței sunt fântâna proiectată de Tassilo Hüller și Coloana Mariei. Între anii 2003 și 2007 chiar lângă Coloana Mariei s-a aflat așa-numitul Marienlift.
The Board of Directors of the Arnold Schwarzenegger Museum is committed to honoring the life, the marvelous achievements, the continuing good works in government and the noble humanitarian goals of the Honorable Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Burggarten park in Graz is almost a secret spot, because who would have thought that, behind the seat of the regional government above Stadtpark, so much romance is to be found? During a walk through our idyllic parks you can find pictorial lawns and an breathtaking atmosphere.
In 1999, Graz was added to the UNESCO list of World Cultural Heritage Sites, and the site was extended in 2010 with Eggenberg Palace (German: Schloss Eggenberg). Graz was sole Cultural Capital of Europe for 2003 and got the title of a City of Culinary Delights in 2008.
City of Graz – Historic Centre and Schloss Eggenberg. The City of Graz – Historic Centre and Schloss Eggenberg bear witness to an exemplary model of the living heritage of a central European urban complex influenced by the secular presence of the Habsburgs and the cultural and artistic role played by the main aristocratic families.
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The Franciscan Church (German: Franziskanerkirche) and Franciscan Monastery (German: Franziskanerkloster) are a church and associated monastery in the centre of the city of Graz, Austria. The monastery was founded by the Franciscan order, who still own it, and is first mentioned in 1239.
Inside the cathedral, a multitude of ecclesiastical along with general historical treasures is waiting to be discovered. Today's cathedral reminds of the days when Graz was an imperial city. Emperor Frederick III erected the church together with his new residence in Graz.
The Burg in Graz, official headquarter of the regional government, is a real gem. Centuries of reconstruction have yielded interesting elements of the Gothic, Renaissance and Biedermeier eras. Particularly striking is the double spiral staircase, seeming almost like an optical illusion.
Das Haus der Architektur organisiert in Kooperation mit der Neuen Galerie Graz und dem Kunsthaus Graz eine Exkursion nach Zagreb. Neben Touren durch Novi Zagreb und Gornji Grad, bei der verschiedene architektonische Perioden besprochen werden, stehen die Arbeiten des kroatischen Architekten und Universalkünstlers Vjenceslav Richter im Fokus.
Standort Graz. The Puch-hall where the Johann Puch Museum is housed, is located in the south of Graz at the “ones work” in the Puchstraße 85th. You can either from the north via the Karlauergürtel that Herrgottwiesgasse and approaching the Puchstraße, or from the south via the road and down the Puntigamer Puchstraße.
Resembling a large, exotic animal, the botanical garden greenhouses lie between art nouveau mansions in one of the most beautiful districts in Graz. They bring together exotic flora from four distinct climatic zones and world-class Graz architecture, without parallel. A place for science, inviting visitors to study, marvel, linger and unwind.
A touch of Northern Italy in Herrengasse, right in the centre of Graz? In fact, the Landhaus is reminiscent of some Venice palazzo. In 1557, the Italian architect Domenico dell’Allio started to construct a prestigious building for the Styrian estates. It still is the provincial parliament of Styria.
To travel hopefully… and arrive in Mariatrost. Located on Purberg hill in Graz, this church is one of the best-known pilgrimage destinations in Styria. Many pilgrims from all over Europe converge here to ascend the 216 steps to the basilica that towers gloriously toward the heavens.
The so-called Stadtkrone ("Crown of the Town") of Graz comprises such important buildings as the Cathedral, the Burg, the Old University and today's Seminary (former Jesuit college). But it is the domescape of the Mausoleum which also visually crowns the city.
The Mur's total length is around 464 kilometres (288 mi). About 326 km are within the interior of Austria; 95 km flow in and around Slovenia (67 km along the borders with Austria and Croatia, 28 km inside Slovenia), and the rest forms the border between Croatia and Hungary. The largest city on the river is Graz, Austria.
Graz as "Cultural Capital of Europe 2003" - an impetus to a fresh start. Graz-born Robert Punkenhofer inspired the New York artist Vito Acconci to design an accessible artificial island. The project was realized as a 47m-long reticular steel construction.
The Old-Town is the heart and soul of Graz. Encompassing the city mountain, former fortifications, charming alleyways, medieval building facades as well as extraordinary modern architecture, it is a living museum with a modern twist. Summer and winter, the city is bustling with activity.
The Schlossberg (English: Castle Hill) is a tree-clad hill, and the site of a fortress, in the centre of the city of Graz, Austria. The hill is now a public park and enjoys extensive views of the city. It is the site of several entertainment venues, cafés and restaurants, and is managed by Holding Graz, the city owned utility company.
In the afternoon and evening, Graz people love to meet here for an after-business drink at one of the cafés. And should you happen to have some nuts in your pocket, you’ll be able to make new friends amongst the park inhabitants – the local squirrels.
The Universalmuseum Joanneum is a multidisciplinary museum with buildings in several locations in the province of Styria, Austria. It has galleries and collections in many subject areas including archaeology, geology, paleontology, mineralogy, botany, zoology, history, art and folk culture.