The Parish Church of Hargelsberg is a superb vernacular example of Gothic style architecture. The sanctuary that houses the organ was built in 1795. The vicarage was erected in 1770. The year 1805 saw augmentation to the complex with today´s Rectory house added.
The Parish Church you see today is mainly of the year 1883. It is dedicated to Saint Andrew. The Church is the thriving center of a committed congregation with festive customs and solemn traditions still celebrated and lived.
Suitable for: Families, Groups, Seniors
4483 Hargelsberg, Austria