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Court Church

4.5/5
31 Reviews
Historical ArchitectureChurch
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 1-2 hours
Address: Universitätsstraße 2, 6020 Innsbruck
Phone: +43-512-59489

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The palace chapel has three main halls, which contain the tomb of King Maximilian I. The church is famous for the 28 life-size bronze warrior statues on both sides of the mausoleum (created by art master Albrecht and goldsmith Vischer, symbolizing the ancestors and descendants of the Maximilian family), these statues are the most important of the Germanic Renaissance Art work is also one of the most famous art souvenirs in Tirol. Between 1553 and 1556, Fdtdinand I ordered the construction of this church, known as the last resting place of the remaining knights, and later became the mausoleum of Maximilian I, but the emperor himself was not buried here. Maximilian I’s long-cherished wish was to be buried in Innsbruck after his death, but he ultimately failed to do so. After his death in 1519, he was buried in the Hofburg Palace Church in Vienna’s Neustadt.

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