Mariahilf-Kirche

Interesting
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.

Useful information

Address : 

3 . Mariahilferplatz

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Sackstrasse
Sackstrasse
This former cul-de-sac was once known as
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Palais Attems
Palais Attems
Opposite the Town Museum, this is
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Franziskanerkirche
Franziskanerkirche
The Church of the Franciscans forms a
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Built in 1704, at the same time and next
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