Churches in the Stubaital

The first church was probably already built in the early Christian period in Telfes, which formed the ecclesiastical center of the valley for centuries.

Services in Mieders and Fulpmes are already certified in 1389. 1515 Emperor Maximilian, who was on the hunt often in the back of the valley, builds a chapel in Neustift.

The churches now standing in each village center date back to the Telfer pastor and church architect Franz de Paula Penz and have been developed around the middle of the 18th century.

Parish church of Fulpmes

Church of St. Vitus 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…


Subsidiary church in Medraz

Church of St. Margaretha in Medraz The succursal church in Medraz is a small baroque central-plan building created about 1746/47. The place of…


Parish church of Neustift

Church of St. Georg The Rococo building in Neustift is the second largest village church in Tyrol. The interior surprises with its magnificent…


Parish church of Mieders

Nativity Church of Mary The oldest church in the Stubaital in gothic style was renovated on the inside in the baroque style from 1737 to 1739 by Franz…


Parish church of Schönberg

Church of the Holy Cross The parish church of Schönberg was built in the rococo style in1748/49 as the last place of worship in the Stubaital by the…


Parish church in Telfes

Church of St. Pankratius In 1593, a fire in the steeple melted the church bells. In1626 the now still existing tower was built in the Gothic style.…


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