Gurk Cathedral Austria
The Cathedral of Gurk is an impressive edifice with beautiful Romanesque architecture and Gothic frescoes. It contains the tomb of the beloved St. Hemma, an 11th-century Austrian noblewomen who devoted her later life to God and the poor.
Innsbruck Cathedral Innsbruck, Austria
Rebuilt between 1717 and 1724, this domed cathedral features a lavish Baroque interior and an altarpiece by Lucas Cranach the Elder.
Salzburg Cathedral Salzburg, Austria
Hailed by some as the most perfect Renaissance building in the Germanic countries, Salzburg's cathedral has a marble facade, twin symmetrical towers and the font in which Mozart was baptized.
Stephansdom Vienna, Austria
Vienna's cathedral has survived many wars and is now a symbol of the city's freedom. First built in 1147, the Stephansdom was rebuilt in the early 14th century following a fire.