Altes Landhaus

This palace houses the Tyrol Parliament and Government. It was built from 1725 to 1728 by Georg Anton Gumpp, member of a dynasty of architects that have erected many buildings in Innsbruck. It is a fine example of a Baroque building. Its main staircase is covered with stuccoes and decorated with ancient statues and busts, and the ceiling is adorned with the Tyrol eagle clutching a map of the country in its claws.

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Adresse : 

Maria Theresien Str. 43

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