Category:Bischofshof, Linz

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LocationLinz, Upper Austria, AUT
Street address
  • Herrenstraße 19, 4020 Linz
Heritage designation
Map48° 18′ 05.83″ N, 14° 17′ 13.81″ E
Authority file
Wikidata Q38050266
Heritage Information System ID in the database of cultural heritage in Austria: 52262
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English: The Bischofshof is the bishop's residence in Linz, Upper Austria and is the most important secular Baroque building in the city. Commissioned by Kremsmünster monastery (1721-26), it was built by Michael Pruckmayr according to plans by Jakob Prandtauer, who was also responsible for the monasteries in Melk and St. Florian. The lattice gate on the staircase is by Valentin Hoffmann (1727). It is still the episcopal see.
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