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Triumphal Arch
Salurner/Leopoldstrasse, 6020 Innsbruck - Austria

Transformed from the south gate of Innsbruck and reminiscent of a Roman triumphal arch, the Triumphpforte was built on the orders of Empress Maria Theresa to honour the marriage of her son, the Duke of Tuscany, to Maria Ludovica from...
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Attractions near Triumphal Arch
A selection of attractions close to Triumphal Arch:
Triumphal Arch  (< 1 Mile)
Transformed from the south gate of Innsbruck and reminiscent of a Roman triumphal arch, the Triumphpforte was built on the orders of Empress Maria Theresa...
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Altes Landhaus  (< 1 Mile)
This immense Baroque palace was built in 1728 and now houses the Provincial Assembly and Provincial Government (Landesregierung). It is a three storey building with...
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Kunstraum Innsbruck  (< 1 Mile)
The 300 sq. metres of the exhibition space within the Kunstraum are dedicated to contemporary art. Founded in June 1996, this non-profit art association hosts...
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Alpine Association Museum  (< 1 Mile)
The Alpensvereinsmuseum (Museum of the Alpine Association) is host to an extensive collection of Alpine art. Exhibits include numerous models of mountain ranges from throughout...
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St. Anne’s Column  (< 1 Mile)
The tall, slender, white column standing in Maria Theresien Strasse was erected in 1706 to commemorate the repelling of Bavarian troops on St. Anne’s Day...
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Landesmuseum Ferdinandeum  (< 1 Mile)
As well as a good range of artefacts including archeological finds, Gothic statues and altarpieces, the unrivalled range of paintings should not be missed. There...
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Stadtturm  (< 1 Mile)
Climb the 148 steps to the top of the ‘City Tower’ to get an impressive view of Innsbruck and the Nordkette mountain range. Completed in...
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Hofkirche  (< 1 Mile)
Built in 1553, the Court Church was built by Ferdinand I as a mausoleum for Maximilian I. Inside, the ornate black marble sarcophagus does not...
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Regional Heritage Museum  (< 1 Mile)
Considered to the finest regional heritage museum in Europe, the Tiroler Volkskunstmuseum was first established in 1888 by the Tyrolean Trades Association with collections displaying...
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Golden Roof & Maximilianeum  (< 1 Mile)
There are 2,657 copper tiles gleaming from the ‘Goldenes Dachl’ which sits atop the building now housing the Maximilianeum. The museum was opened to mark...
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Olympic Museum  (< 1 Mile)
Housed in the Goldenes Dachl, the ‘Olympia Museum’ celebrates the two Winter Olympic games which have been held in Innsbruck; the IX and XII respectively...
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Helblinghaus  (< 1 Mile)
The parade of fascinating Baroque façades of the town houses on Herzog Friedrich Strasse, mostly built in the 15h and 16th century, are surpassed by...
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St. James’ Cathedral  (< 1 Mile)
‘Domkirche St Jakob’ was built between 1717 and 1724 on the site of an earlier Gothic church. Based on designs by the architect Johann Jakob...
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Hofburg  (< 1 Mile)
Originally built in the 15th century by Archduke Siegmund the Rich, the Imperial Palace was rebuilt in Baroque style with Rococo detail by architect Johann...
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Landestheater  (< 1 Mile)
Situated opposite the Hofburg, the neo-classical Tiroler Landestheater was built in 1629. The architect, Christoph Gumpp, was inspired by the Italian theatres in Firenze and...
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Ottoburg  (< 1 Mile)
The oldest preserved building of Herzog-Friedrich-Strasse was once a residential tower. Built next to the, now much dimished, city walls in the late 15th century...
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Grassmayr Bell Museum  (< 1 Mile)
Featuring the bell museum, foundry and sound room this is unique combination of experiences. Visitors are taken through the manufacturing of bells, technical accessories and...
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Wilten Basilica  (< 1 Mile)
This is one of the most impressive houses of worship in the region. A church was first erected here in the 13th century but, due...
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Bergisel  (1.2 Miles)
Derived from the Latin name for mountain, burgusinus, the Bergisel stands to the south of Innsbruck at 746 metres high, where the Sill river meets...
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Kaiserjäger Museum  (1.2 Miles)
The Kaiserjäger Museum is dedicated to the soldiers of the Tirol who died in action between 1796 and 1945, with a Memorial chapel housing a...
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