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Architecture in Sulzberg

Architecture in Sulzberg

Architecture in Sulzberg

Sulzberg and the Thal hamlet in northern Bregenzerwald are home to a few architectural gems. For instance, there is a church in Empire style that was designed by Alois Negrelli, who had a hand in planning the Suez canal. Additionally, at the municipal building there is the “1740 Ichs” installation featuring locks of hair.

Two new circular trails lead to 21 select buildings and works of art, many of which were designed by renowned architects. Check out the brochures “Wege zur Baukultur (Architectural Trails)” to learn more about the history of these works, about the time period they were created, what owners and architects of that era valued, how delicate historical objects are retained, etc. Guided tours with mayor Helmut Blank take place on certain days during the summer.

Appointments for groups upon request.

Sulzberg Tourismus

Dorf 1a, 6934 Sulzberg, Österreich

+43 (0) 5516 2213-10

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