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In the city of Innsbruck you will also pass by the “Innsbruck Cathedral”, who is also known as the Cathedral of St. James (Dom zu St. Jakob), it is an 18th century cathedral who is being built into the Baroque style and belongs to the...More
When we are visiting Innsbruck, we alway go in here,
Current restoring works take away the view of thou outside partly, but the interior of the cathedral is stunning.
Do not miss the awesome stuccos and frescoes in combination with wonderful details.
Admission is free,...More
We went inside this church with Eva, our walking guide. She explained the sitnificance of the Mary and child portrait being surrounded by gold and silver in the alter. For certain times of the year, the gold and silver is covered, and a more traditional...More
Free to enter, just leave a donation. Wonderful church, so much to look at. When we arrived in Innsbruck the parishioners were having a cultural food and music fair out front in the square. They were very nice to us. Highly recommend.
I could hear all the bells ringing from the Dom while I was in the Golden Roof and wanted to visit it. It is a 5 minutes walk from the Golden Roof and is all glorious and beautiful.
I was intrigued by all the beautiful...More
I love in this church that you can see some optical illusions and also a very ornate church. From outside it seems like a nice church but inside it surprises you definitely. A great place to see a baroque church.