The "Seekirchl"-Church on the lake
As a landmark of Seefeld counts the "Seekirchl" (also called Holy cross Church) directly at the entrance to the village - 1629, it was started built by Archduke Leopold V and ended in 1666.
At that time, the Seekrichl was placed in the so-called "Cross-Lake", which was drained in 1808. Rare for Tyrol is the octagonal baroque central structure which is the mark of the church.
If you want to visit the Protestant messe, you can do so throughout the summer every Sunday at 11:00 h.
Parish-Church St. Oswald in Seefeld
In the center of Seefeld, see the pilgrimage church of St. Oswald, which became one of the most famous pilgrimage sites in Tyrol.
Admire in the church itself, the frescoes from the 15th Century, the pulpit with flat carvings, precious shrine figures, but also a gothic font. The parish church is probably one of the most beautiful late Gothic churches in Tyrol.
Cross-path and stone-circle in Seefeld
The idea came from the architect Michael Prachensky from Seefeld, to build on one of the most mystic places in Tyrol a stone circle. At the solstice 2000, the monument was completed and consists of 12 apostle-steles with carved names.
The best way to reach this beautiful place is over the Cross-path of Seefeld. Start off at the parish church of St Oswald and discover the stations distributed over the parish hill. This trail ends directly at the stone circle. Here you will find a summary of the last communion expressed by the order of up to 23-ton boulders. On 21.06.2000, a certain discretionary star constellation was provided, which said how to put the stones on the hill. This will shall always remind you on the millennium celebration.
Directly on the parish hill you can find information boards, which once again gives you detailed explanations of the stone circle, of the Cross-path and also their backgrounds as a meeting place of world religions.
Because of the idyllic location, you can connect the visit of the stone circle very well with a walk around the lake "Wildsee".
"Peace bell" in Mösern
For the 25th anniversary of ARGE ALP on 12 October 1997, the Peace Bell in Mösern was rung for the first time as a celebratory climax by the legendary captain of South Tyrol Dr. Silvius Magnago. ARGE ALP stands for the Association of the Alpine countries Bavaria, Tyrol and South-Tyrol.
Since then, the bell sounds every day at 17:00 o'clock for the good caring neighborhood in the Alpine countries.
The peace bell in the outer western hills of the Peace Village Mösern is one of the most impressive places in Tyrol. Enjoy the peace trail and enjoy a panoramic view over the Tyrolean Inn valley. With a total of 7 stations, this hiking trail suggests time for reflection and self-reflection.
"Porta Claudia" in Scharnitz
This fortress is located in the valley of Scharnitz and was built during the Thirty Years' War 1632 - 1634. It received the name of the country Princess Claudia de Medici, which was attended personally in the ceremony of the inauguration.
Since the Napoleonic wars, the fort was then alternately in the hands of Tirol, Bavaria and France, but also the way of Göthe passed the Porta Claudia.
With major financial burden are still more and more excavations and renovations carried out and also repeatedly exposed Miscellaneous. Discover the Porta Claudia on a guided hike or even book a tour specifically to the fortress through the Information Office in Scharnitz.
Court-Chruch of Innsbruck
In the Court-church of Innsbruck you will find the tomb of Emperor Maximilian I.
The church is the most important monument in Tyrol and probably the greatest of all imperial tombs in Europe. Maximilian I and Ferdinand I. employed at the time only the best artists such as Albrecht Dürer, Peter Vischer and Alexander Colin, who influenced a court art, which went far over the German-speaking area.
Almost no other monarch stayed so alive in the memory of the population such as Maximilian I (1459-1519), which comnines the central position of Innsbruck in Europe at any time.
You too can now explore the traces of Maximilian!