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Sights in Wels

Wels, a city full of history. Stadtplatz in Wels, with its 64 historic town houses from a wide range of architectural epochs, Burg Wels, the Minoriten and many other sights are just waiting to be discovered!

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Today, a dense rail network surrounds the globe – the means of transport "railway" has long been an integral part of our lives! In Wels, the history of the railway did not begin with steam, diesel or electricity, but with horses. As early as the 19th century, the...

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The Planet Trail at the banks of the river Traun is a special educational trail. The “WRG of the Franciscan Wels” (a secondary education school with emphasis on economy and science) is dynamic when it comes to social and cultural activities. After extensive planning...

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Monika Parzer has been a loving doll mother since her childhood. Her collection consists of contemporary dolls. Many children modeled for the dolls in her museum. They were children from the street, kindergartens, schools and playgrounds, which were faithfully...

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One of the most remarkable buildings on the town square of Wels is the town hall with its representative baroque façade, the weighty window baskets and the stone portal. The Attica, abundantly decorated with stucco ornaments and stone vases, bears the coat-of-arms of...

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In the facade of the building on Stadtplatz 18, a Roman stone is immured, on which a man and a woman (presumably a married couple) are depicted in relief on a round medallion. In the 18th century, the population of Wels still believed that the couple was a...

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The Roman Ovilava (now Wels) was surrounded by a wall, which was probably built in the 3rd century after the Alemannic invasions (233-235). The wall, which was 4 km long and up to 1.35 m wide, encircled an area of ??92 ha. It consisted of conglomerate rocks. There...

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Ludwig von Polheim built the water castle Lichtenegg in the middle of the 16th century. After 1613, it belonged to his grandchildren, Schallenberg, Kazianer and Seeau. Imperial Count Georg Josef von Mannsdorf acquired the castle in 1722. After his death it was...

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The castle was part of the medieval town fortification. It contains all the styles from Romanticism to Gothic and Renaissance. At the northern entrance, a memorial sign remembers the work of the famous Nuremberg mastersinger Hans Sachs in Wels. Presumably, Polheim...

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The Puchberg Palace was built in the 16th century. It is located in the midst of a magnificent park in the north of Wels. Today, it is a horseshoe-shaped plant. There is a fountain from the 18th century with a sandstone figure in it in the castle’s courtyard. Stone...

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City fountains Originally, there were two municipal fountains on the city square, the upper and the lower city fountain. Both were built in the 16th century. The upper town fountain had a fountain figure created by the sculptor Hans Püchler from Linz. It...

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