Rathaus

The former town fortress is distinguished by its huge hipped roof. It also has a crenellated wall and is made up of two parts: the eastern section has a great Renaissance stone doorway, while the western section boasts the Königshaus, donated to the town by Duke Leopold IV in 1406, with a fine council chamber and its beamed ceiling from 1451.

Useful information

Address : 

. Oberer Stadtplatz, 6050 Hall-in-Tirol

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Hall in Tirol Parish Church (Stadtpfarrkirche)
Hall in Tirol Parish Church (Stadtpfarrkirche)
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Archduchess Magdalena, the sister of
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Ferdinand II (1529-1595), Governor of
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Hall in Tirol Parish Church (Stadtpfarrkirche)
Hall in Tirol Parish Church (Stadtpfarrkirche)
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Archduchess Magdalena, the sister of
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Hall in Tirol Parish Church (Stadtpfarrkirche)
Hall in Tirol Parish Church (Stadtpfarrkirche)
The church was built in the 13C, then
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Damenstift
Damenstift
Archduchess Magdalena, the sister of
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Schloß Ambras
Schloß Ambras
Ferdinand II (1529-1595), Governor of
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