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Mauthausen Concentration Camp
KZ Mauthausen, Erinnerungsstrasse 1, A-4310 Mauthausen - Austria

Mauthausen, opened in 1938, was the cruelest camp in the Nazi concentration camp system and was built as a punishment camp to accommodate criminals and political prisoners, although towards the end of the Second World War Jewish prisoners were also...
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Attractions near Mauthausen Concentration Camp
A selection of attractions close to Mauthausen Concentration Camp:
Museum Lauriacum  (4.4 Miles)
The Stadtmuseum Lauriacum houses one of the most important Roman collections in Austria. The ground floor is taken up by exhibitions of Roman monumental sculpture,...
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City Tower  (4.4 Miles)
The Stadtturm on the main square in Enns is the city’s defining landmark. The Italianate 60 metre high tower, with 157 steps from the ground...
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Kaltenbrunner's Birthplace  (4.5 Miles)
On the wall of the hotel "zur Krone" on Linzergasse is a plaque declaring this building to be the birthplace of Karl Adam Kaltenbrunner, one...
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Parish Church of Our Lady  (4.5 Miles)
The Gothic Pfarrkirche St. Marien, which is one of the oldest mendicant churches in Austria, is situated in the southern part of the old town....
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Wallseer Chapel  (4.5 Miles)
The Wallseerkapelle, joined to the parish church, is a jewel of Gothic architecture. The chapel was endowed around 1343 by Reinprecht and Friedrich von Wallsee,...
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Church of St. Lawrence  (4.6 Miles)
The Basilika St.Laurenz is built on the foundation walls of a temple at what was once the north east corner of the Roman settlement. The...
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Gusen Concentration Camp  (4.7 Miles)
The Gusen labour camp was a sub-camp of the notoriously brutal Mauthausen concentration camp. The camp housed slave labour used in the construction of a...
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Sumerauerhof Outdoor Museum  (7.9 Miles)
The Sumerauerhof is a 19th century farmstead, basically unchanged since it was built in1856, which houses Austria’s oldest open air museum. The building, with its...
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Augustinian Abbey  (10 Miles)
The Augustiner Chorherrenstift Sankt Florian is a place of meeting and devotion, the cultural centre of the region and a treasure of the Austrian Baroque....
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Fire Brigade Museum  (10 Miles)
The Historisches Feuerwehrzeughaus is housed in former early Baroque stables of the St. Florian monastery. The monastery has Austria’s oldest operating fire brigade which was...
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Hunting and Fishing Museum  (10 Miles)
The Jagdmuseum is housed in the former hunting lodge of the St. Florian monastery, Schloss Hohenbrunn, designed by the Baroque architect Jakob Prandtauer. The museum...
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WindHaag Castle  (11.1 Miles)
Schloss Windhaag was constructed over three hundred years ago by the 17th century Austrian entrepreneur Count Joachim Enzmilner of Windhag (1600-1678). The Count was born...
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Bruckner Scenic Walk  (14.3 Miles)
The ingeniously conceived Sinfoniewanderweg is a scenic walk, which begins at the composer Anton Bruckner’s place of birth, from Ansfelder to St. Florian Monastery, where...
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Cultural Centre  (14.3 Miles)
The Anton Bruckner Centrum presents a rich and varied cultural program; cabaret, dance, theatre, classical music, pop, exhibitions, art, sculpture and photography, lectures, readings, folklore....
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Parsonage  (14.3 Miles)
The Ansfelden Pfarrhof was built, between 1696 and 1707, by Carlo Antonio Carlone for Matthäus von Weißenberg, who was appointed parson in 1689. The Baroque...
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Parish Church  (14.3 Miles)
The Pfarrkirche of Ansfelden is dedicated to St. Valentin. It is predominantly a Baroque church but contains traces of much earlier Romanesque and Gothic structures....
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Birthplace of Anton Bruckner  (14.3 Miles)
The Anton Bruckner Geburtshaus became a memorial to the life, career and works of the composer in 1971. Despite a reorganisation of the collections to...
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Galerie Atelier Raab  (14.3 Miles)
The Galerie Atelier Raab is an art gallery housed in the 300 year old Brucknerhäusl close to Anton Bruckner’s birth place. The gallery is...
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Phoenix Theatre  (14.5 Miles)
The Phoenix Theatre is devoted, above all, to presenting provocative modern dramas, plays, premieres of works by Austrian playwrights and new productions of the classics....
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Riedegg Castle  (14.7 Miles)
Schloß Riedegg was built around the year 1145 by Gottschalk von Haunsperg on the site of a much older wooden building. It passed into the...
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