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Kollegienkirche

Salzburg, Austria
4.6 / 10
The main chapel at the University of Salzburg, located in the heart of the city. The temple was built in the period 1694-1707. designed by I. von Erlach. This master also worked on the architectural plans of the Karlskrihe Church and Schönbrunn Palace located in Vienna. The collegiatekirche is made in the style of the "Habsburg Baroque", the main facade is decorated with ornamental stucco molding in the style of the later Rococo.
kollegienkirche
Address:Universitätsplatz 20, Salzburg
Phone:+43 662 841327
Hours:monday: 10:00–19:00 tuesday: 10:00–19:00 wednesday: 10:00–19:00 thursday: 10:00–19:00 friday: 10:00–19:00 saturday: 10:00–19:00 sunday: 10:00–19:00

Jakub Novotny
10.07.22

Feels quite empty, candles impossible to lit up, not much spiritual vibes, will not return.

Florian Forster
25.12.20

Amazing, pristine white stucco on the ceiling Fantastic place to rest in the summer

Julia Amelia Bøhmer
26.11.20

One of the most beautiful church I have visited, lovely!?

SACHIT VARMA
27.09.20

Beautiful catholic church! Designed and given a baroque architecture...it is indeed beautiful both from the outside and the inside. A very noticeable .. Read more »

Lile Uno
18.08.20

Great place with diverse cultural venues and an attachment to the University of Salzburg

Sawitri Chomram
04.03.20

Good to walking around, clean, interesting

Angus Hamilton
28.12.19

Beautiful church (as indeed are most of the churches in central Salzburg). Baroque style made exceptionally beautiful by its pure white interior. It's.. Read more »

Ivan Radnev
13.12.18

This is one of the three great churches of the city. All three churches are close together. The church is very beautiful. Take time out of all three.

Ari Baban
25.05.18

Great design. Love the aesthetic. Go to this church while you’re walking around Salzburg.

Jesse Miller
30.04.18

Excellently architectured church. Still an active place of worship and the inside has been kept pristine. Not much to do besides enjoy the scenery.

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