"Cathedral of Graz" Cathedral Tip by elgin99

Cathedral, Graz: 8 reviews and 21 photos

  Graz, Cathedral entrance
by elgin99
 
 

The Cathedral of Graz is a late-Gothic building dating from the 15th century through Friedrich III. by Hans Niesenberger.

The interior combines Gothic and Baroque elements, with reticulated vaulting on the ceiling and many side altars and a famous fresco by Villach, showing the plagues of 1480 - also the oldest picture of the town Graz.

Address: Hofgasse/Bürgergasse, Graz
Directions: From the town hall, take a right down Sporgasse, and then right again into Hofgasse. The Cathedral is at the end of the street on your right.
Phone: 43-316-82-16-83
Website: http://www.domgraz.at

Review Helpfulness: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written Apr 13, 2005
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