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Carmelite Church

Linz, Oberösterreich, Österreich
  • All weather
  • Suitable for groups

The Carmelite Church was built at the beginning of the 18th century and has retained its interior and exterior Baroque appearance to this day. It is thus one of the most valuable baroque churches in Austria.

The architect is not known, but the Linz master builder J.M. Pruner was involved in the construction. The church has a single-nave barrel-vaulted nave with four bays and three shallow niches on each side. The altarpiece is by Carlo Carlone, Martin Altomonte, J.A. Wolf and Carl von Resfeld.
However, the Carmelite Church is not only a valuable cultural monument. Above all, it is a place of reflection, a place to come to rest, a place of prayer and a place of worship. More than 500 visitors come to the church every day.

Sun 6:15 am-6:45 pm; Mon-Sat 7 am-6:30 pm
From 12 pm-3 pm only the entrance area is accessible

  • opened daily

Accessibility / arrival

Linz Linien: 1, 2, 3, 4, 45, 46 - Mozartkreuzung

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  • Free entry
  • All weather
  • Suitable for groups
  • Suitable for schools
  • Spring
  • Summer
  • Autumn
  • Winter

Suitable for wheelchairs: Not all of the legally stipulated ÖNORM are complied with. In principle, this object is suitable for wheelchairs and no assistance is necessary.

other information
  • Entrance to the building
  • Toilet facility for disabled people


Carmelite Church
Landstraße 33
4020 Linz

Phone +43 732 770217
E-Mail linz@karmel.at
Web www.linz.karmel.at

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