Imperial Church of Innsbruck in Innsbruck

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The Imperial Church of Innsbruck was built by Ferdinand I as a memorial for his grandfather Maximilan I who was the Holy Roman Emperor. Today this remains one of the msot popular tombs built for an emperor in Europe and is home to a vast collection of German Rennaisance sculpture, over twenty large statues occupying the centre of the hall and an elegant black cenotaog in the middle of the hall.

The cenotaph took more than eighty years to be built and was crafted by artist Alexander Coil. Important events from Maximilan‘s life have been depicted along the ends and sides of the tomb using stone bas-reliefs.

  • Opening Closing Time 9 am to 5 pm (Monday to Saturday), 12:30 pm to 5pm (Sundays and public holidays)

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    EUR 5 (Adults)

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Near the Imperial Court, Innsbruck