Seat of Linz State Government and Parliament (Landhaus)

This palace, built in the second half of the 16C, is the seat of the government and regional parliament. The arcaded courtyard has a central fountain, the base of which is adorned with seven figures depicting the planets, thus recalling the great astronomer and mathematician Johannes Kepler, who taught here from 1612 to 1626, in what was then the provincial school.

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4020 Linz

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Minoritenkirche
Minoritenkirche
The Gothic church, founded by the
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Castle and Regional Museum of Upper Austria
Castle and Regional Museum of Upper Austria
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Alter Dom St. Ignatius
Alter Dom St. Ignatius
This former cathedral, Linz's largest
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Hauptplatz
Hauptplatz
The main square was already the same
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Neuer Dom
Neuer Dom
The new cathedral, built from 1862 to
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Nordico-Museum der Stadt Linz
Nordico-Museum der Stadt Linz
The "Nordico" name dates back to 1675,
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Minoritenkirche
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The Gothic church, founded by the
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Alter Dom St. Ignatius
Alter Dom St. Ignatius
This former cathedral, Linz's largest
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Hauptplatz
Hauptplatz
The main square was already the same
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Minoritenkirche
Minoritenkirche
The Gothic church, founded by the
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Castle and Regional Museum of Upper Austria
Castle and Regional Museum of Upper Austria
The castle is a Mannerist building from
1:30
Alter Dom St. Ignatius
Alter Dom St. Ignatius
This former cathedral, Linz's largest
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