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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!

List of sights in Wels

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In the former Minorite monastery, there is now an exhibition on the early history of the town of Wels from the Neolithic period up to the time of the Bajuwaren (original name of the Bavarians). Particular attention is paid to the Roman era, which is very significant...

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The “Kaiserpanorama” is now located in the “Medienkulturhaus”, the “Media Culture House” in the building of the former “Alte Sparkasse”, the “Old Savings Bank”. The original “Kaiserpanorama” of Wels was in use until 1954. Afterwards they stored it in the depot of...

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Documents mention the parish church of Wels in the year 888 for the first time. The church was originally dedicated to St. John the Baptist. A change of patronage took place in the 14th century, and since then, the evangelist Johannes has been the patron of the...

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The present appearance of the town square developed over the centuries.   In the 12th century, there was a cemetery within the area of the parish church, in the east of the square, which extended even further to the west. The development of the square to its...

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The water tower is located at the Zwinger. The brick mason master Wolfgang Khranlachner built the water tower in 1577 on behalf of the town treasurer office. Inside the tower were a lift and a water tank from which the water drawn from the Mühlbach was passed...

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Weisz's free house   What is a free house: In the Middle Ages and in the early modern times, houses were called “free houses”, which were located within the walls of a town but did not legally belong to it. Until the middle of the 16th century, Christoph...

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The area south of the Wels’ town square between the Traungasse and the castle of Wels is not, as is often assumed, the starting point of medieval urban development. It was only gradually developed. In the 15th and 16th century, it was called "Unterstetten" or...

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The Welser Energy path displays the conscious handling of the City of Wels with energy. The various energy forms are represented on several locations. The issues of hydropower, fuel cell technology and solar energy are treated in the same way as the ecological...

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At the corner Schmidtgasse / Stadtplatz a copy of the "Welser Metzen" is put up. The original measure of capacity is in the Burgmuseum (Museum in the Casle of Wels). The marble dish was the standard measure (about 75 liters) for measuring grain. The great importance...

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Römerweg – Roman path The Roman path offers the unique opportunity to experience Roman history in the city. Meanwhile, the stops along the path have become a network within the city, which is constantly being expanded. The basic idea of the Roman path Ovilava...

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