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Nearby churches & monasteries

One of the many sights of Hinterstoder  is the baroque village church. Interesting churches and monasteries in the area are: Pilgrimage Church Frauenstein, Collegiate Church Spital am Pyhrn, Benedictine Abbey Admont, Cistercian Abbey Schlierbach and Benedictine Abbey Kremsmünster.

village church Hinterstoder

The village church of Hinterstoder is 2 km away from the Berghof Sturmgut. The village church of Hinterstoder is a late baroque hall church with a tower dome. Every A church service will be held on Sunday mornings.

Pilgrimage church in Frauenstein near Molln

The pilgrimage church of Frauenstein is 24 km from Berghof Sturmgut. There is parking just outside the church. The pilgrimage church is located in Ramsau on a 502 m high mountain. Already in 1488 a small church stood there and in 1615 the present late Gothic church was built.

More information about the pilgrimage church Frauenstein - at Wikipedia Frauenstein church

Collegiate church of Spital am Pyhrn

The collegiate church of Spital am Pyhrn is 26.9 km from Berghof Sturmgut. The "Dom am Pyhrn", as the collegiate church is also called, is 56 metres long, 22 metres wide and 23 metres high. The church towers with their height of 57.13 meters are the landmark of the village.

More information about collegiate church of Spital am Pyhrn - at Wikipedia church of Spital.

Cistercian Abbey Schlierbach

The Cistercian Abbey Schlierbach is 35.3 km from Berghof Sturmgut. It was founded in 1355 and is a baroque building worth seeing.
Very interesting is the show dairy. In Austria's first show dairy you can watch the production of the well-known Schlierbach cheese specialities or learn the secrets of cheese production on guided tours.

Further information about the CistercianAbbey Schlierbach - at Wikipedia Abbey Schlierbach.

Benedictine Abbey Kremsmünster

The Benedictine Abbey Kremsmünster is 49.4 km from Berghof Sturmgut. Worth seeing in the Benedictine Abbey Kremsmünster are the baroque collegiate church, the fish tank surrounded by colonnades (here the edible fish needed in the monastery were bred), the library, the emperor's hall, the treasury and the natural science museum in the "mathematical tower".

To visit the website of Kremsmünster Abbey- click here
More info on the Benedictine Abbey Kremsmünster - at Wikipedia Kremsmünster Abbey.

Benedictine Abbey of Admont

The Benedictine Abbey of Admont is 63.2 km from Berghof Sturmgut.
The Benedictine Abbey of Admont, founded in 1074, is the oldest existing monastery in Styria. Today Admont Abbey is a spiritual, cultural and economic centre of supra-regional importance. Since 2003 the "most contrasting private museum in Austria".

Visit the website of Admont Abbey -click here
Further information about the Benedictine Abbey of Admont - at Wikipedia Admont Abbey