Preuenhueber Straße 14, Steyr, Upper Austria 4400, Austria • http://region.austria.info
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This replication of a Scottish Castle was erected as a residential building by Josef Werndl in 1877. However, Werndl never lived there. The Castle served as space for a Electricity & Industry Exhibition in the year 1884. After Josef Werndl´s death the Castle was owned by his daughter Caroline Baroness Imhof, who lived there. In 1928, the Tirolese Franciscan Community purchased the structure and today is running a boys´ boarding school on the site. A lovely Café is on premises as well.
- This three-aisle church was built on the site of a Romanesque church from 1443…
- As the economic conditions in Steyr at the close of the 19th century were suffering, the…
- The moat around Steyr was already populated by craftsmen in the 12th century. A 1,5 km long…