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Sights - Neufelden

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Poor Sinner's Chapel
Neufelden

A historical site rich in dramatic ... In this chapel the criminals and offenders said their last prayer before the priest took them to the execution at the nearby gallows hill. Nowadays the chapel is situated on the Old Hill, a former part of the ancient Via...

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Pürnstein Fortress
Neufelden

Pürnstein Fortress, towering high above the valley, was built in the late 10th century. The name of both - the castle and the settlement - derives from the Birchenstainer Dynasty, one of countless noble families who have owned the castle over the centuries. ......

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The former Velden Castle
Neufelden

The remains of the Castle can still be seen at the former moat. Until 1528 Velden Castle was owned by the supreme Episcopal Judge of Velden and the entire province. Later it became a prison and in 1626 the castle was besieged by rebellious farmers. In 1789 the...

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Saint Anna's Church in Steinbruch
Neufelden

Built between 1509 and 1514. The most remarkable features: a Gothic votive picture, 12 marble reliefs (Stations of the Cross) and a precious grave cover. The picture of Saint Anna, her sister Mary and the infant Jesus, located above the south entrance, is dating...

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Maria Pötsch Pilgrimage Chapel
Neufelden

In 1849 the farmer Matthias built a precious chapel and only one year later the wooden building was replaced by a chapel made of stone. The reason why he built the chapel was the following: It was exactly the place where a little water spring had its source. As...

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