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With the Stefan Fadinger Museum in May 2009, St. Agatha, as the home community of the farmer's captain, created the most important institution in the village in memory of the great son in the new community centre.
The museum sheds light on the life of Stefan Fadinger and life in the 17th century around the time of the Peasants' War. It is also dedicated to Fadinger's brother-in-law, Christoph Zeller, who, coming from Haibach ob der Donau, ran a tavern in St. Agatha and, as a captain, was also one of Fadinger's comrades-in-arms on the side of the rebellious peasants. The Stefan Fadinger Museum is also dedicated to the "afterlife" of Stefan Fadinger. Throughout Austria, streets, schools and other buildings are named after Stefan Fadinger. Fadinger's footsteps lead right up to the present day. Audio stations and modern museum technology offer you a contemporary museum experience.
Stefan Fadinger-Museum Kirchenplatz 1
4084 St. Agatha
Phone +43 7277 8255 - 11
mobile +43 676 848084812
Fax machine +43 7277 8255 - 12
Gemeindeamt St. Agatha