Our Lady of Succour was a popular pilgrimage church for many centuries. Its well-proportioned Baroque façade, simple elegant twin towers and Renaissance nave make it one of Graz's finest religious buildings. The cloister's second courtyard has a former Minorite Brothers Renaissance refectory on the upper floor, called the Minoritensaal, which is now a concert hall. The Diocesan Museum is housed in the same building.
Address :3 . Mariahilferplatz
Nearby tourist attractions
This former cul-de-sac was once known as
Opposite the Town Museum, this is
The Kälbernes Viertel, or "Calf Quarter"
Graz's Old Town is included in the
This great square in the heart of the
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