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Sights and attractions Seefeld

Seefeld is home to a wealth of historical and cultural attractions of immense value for those with an interest in the past and in art of all kinds. The sights and attractions also offer tangible insights into the religious life of the local community. The Parish Church of St. Oswald and the Seekirchl church, Seefeld’s most famous landmark, are not only fascinating sacred buildings; they also provide places in which to pray or to attend Holy Mass. Unique, too, is the Way of the Cross which leads up Pfarrbichl hill and, in particular, its 14th station which is surrounded by a stone circle representing the 12 apostles. 

Das Seekirchl, © Oswald Seyrling

The Seekirchl church

Located on a little hill at the western entrance to Seefeld is the town’s most famous landmark, the Seekirchl church.

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Die Pfarrkirche St. Oswald

Parish Church of St. Oswald

Located in the centre of Seefeld, the pilgrimage church, which is dedicated to St. Oswald, ranks as one of the most famous places of pilgrimage in Tyrol. It owes its notoriety to the so-called ‘Miracle of the…

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Way of the Cross

Created in 2000, the Stone Circle on Pfarrbichl hill was instigated by the Seefeld-born architect Michael Prachensky, together with Erich Keber and Seefeld’s priest…

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