The Parish Church of Allhaming was built in 1488 and is dedicated to Saint George. When Emperor Josef II decreed a new organization of the parishes in 1782, Allhaming became an individual parish. The New Parish Church was allocated the ring of bells and the organ of the abandoned church on Julianerberg hill. A second organ was installed in the Church in 1855.
The tower, that rises 47 meters tall, was erected in 1902. The present ring of bells were cast in the bell foundry of St. Florian in 1950 as the former ones were destroyed during World War II. The Church you see today is the result of renovation works carried out in the years 1968, 1974 and 1977. The most recent alterations in the interior date from the years 1998 and 1999, when a new vestry was added to the building.
4511 Allhaming, Austria