The oldest part of this cul-de-sac was dubbed Herrensack (Lords Close) as of 1650, on account of its many noblemen's mansions, which are still standing today. At no 16, the Palais Herberstein has a rich historical collection, while at no 18 the Palais Khuenburg houses the Stadtmuseum (Municipal Museum). This is the birthplace of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, who was assassinated in Sarajevo in 1914.
Address :. Sackstr., 8011 Graz
Nearby tourist attractions
Opposite the municipal GrazMuseum, this
Mariahilferkirche (Our Lady of Succour
The Church of the Franciscans forms a
The Kälbernes Viertel (or "Calf Quarter"
The winding and colourful Sporgasse is
Graz's UNESCO World Heritage-listed Old