Already in the Middle Ages the town was known for its bridge over the Vöckla. But also Celts and Romans settled here. Today the old town with its partly car-free main square, the cosy pubs and the small alleys invites you to stay and stroll.
The upper ...
... and the lower city gate border the city square
Baroque altars shine in the gothic style of the St Ulrich parish church. Touch with the mouse to enlarge!
On the right side altar there are two pilgrim saints: St. Koloman and St. James.
Anton Bruckner, who composed here, is honoured on a house façade on the city square.
Row of houses at the town square with Mariahilf picture. Touch the Mariahilf-picture with the mouse to enlarge it!
The Heimathaus is one of the oldest buildings in the city. It was built in 1450 as a community centre. Today it is a museum. In front of the house, left around the corner from the entrance there is a Roman milestone (touch it with the mouse to enlarge).
In the background you see the parish church St. Ulrich