Peasantry, architecture and living history

If you are looking for a diversion from everyday sports life during your holidays in the Stubaital, there are ample possibilities and interesting places to discover. Some, like the local history museum in Neustift or the smithy museum in Fulpmes, beat witness to the old way of life in the Tyrol valley and its traditions. Buildings such as bridges or the railway stations of the Stubaitalbahn impress by their architecture outlasting centuries. Places with historical meaning like the Europa Kapelle or Goethe’s chapel can be the objective of a trip in the Stubaital.

Blick auf Pfarrkirche Telfes im Winter

Churches in the Stubaital

The parish church, consecrated to St. Vitus, was built in 1746/47 by Franz de Paula Penz in the Rococo style. The fresco with the church patron in the tympanum on the external facade is the work of the Augsburg-based Academy Professor Johann George Bergmüller. He also created the ceiling frescoes on the inside, which are the main ornaments of the church, together with the rich Rococo stuccowork...


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