Roman Chapel in Mauthausen, Austria

Romanischer Karner (Beinhaus) in Mauthausen, Austria

St. Barbara's chapel, which dates back to the middle of the 13th century, stands on a hill above the Danube in Mauthausen. Note the gate to the right, which is shown in the photo below.

Doorway next to the old chapel in Mauthausen, Austria

Through the doorway, you can see the rooftops of the town of Mauthausen with the Danube river in the background.

View of Mauthausen with the Danube in the background

The photo above was taken from the hill where the Roman Chapel stands above the town of Mauthausen. In the background you can see the Danube river; on the right is the Roman chapel dating back to 1250.

Church of St. Nicholas and Roman chapel in the background


Memorial to the soldiers who died in two world wars

This monument to the war dead from Mauthausen stands next to the parish church, which is shown in the previous photo. This is a sad sight that you will see in every town throughout Germany and Austria, where millions died for their country.

Granite Sculptures

Pragstein Castle

Ship Master's House

Market Place

Historic House


Dentist's house

Historic Buildings

Gasthof zur Traube

St. Nickolas Church