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basilica Mariathal

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A certain knight of Berthold Fruntsperg wanted to wake his brother to the joint hunt. To this end, the stretched his bow and aimed at the bedroom window. Unfortunately, opened just in this moment, the brother of his window and fell - mortally wounded by arrows - from the balcony. permeated by Berthold conscience wandered about in the uninhabited forests on the outcome of the Brandenberg valley. Suddenly he found on a tree the image of the Virgin painful. It is at this point, the monastery was built Berthold Mariathal. The miraculous image of Mary is still venerated in the chapel of the parish church, and every 13th of the month during the winter months there is a great pilgrimage procession with lights. A picture of the legendary discovery by Berthold von Ritter Fruntsperg is left on the column installed in front of the chapel. Even in our school in the old building opposite the stairway this legend is presented artistically.

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This panorama was taken in Kramsach

This is an overview of Kramsach

Kramsach ist eine Gemeinde mit 4532 Einwohnern (Stand 1. Jänner 2010) im Bezirk Kufstein des Bundeslandes Tirol in Österreich.

Kramsach liegt im Tiroler Unterinntal am Nordufer des Inn und verteilt sich gegenüber von Rattenberg auf dem Schwemmkegel der Brandenberger Ache. Jahrhundertelang war Kramsach Ziel der Holztrift von Baumstämmen für die Erzschmelzen in Brixlegg. Von der hier betriebenen Glashütte zeugt nur noch die übriggebliebene Glasfachschule.

Seit dem Mittelalter werden im Weiler Hagau die Restmassen eines prähistorischen Bergsturzes (weiß-rosa Marmor) vom Pletzachkogel abgebaut. Der Kramsacher Marmor (bzw. Tiroler Marmor) wurde zum Beispiel in vielen Kirchen verwendet, sowie bei der Annasäule in Innsbruck.

Wirtschaftlich bedeutend sind die Holzverarbeitung, Glasverarbeitungsbetriebe, eine Bekleidungsfabrik sowie Transportfirmen. Der Tourismus ist zweisaisonal mit Schwerpunkt im Sommertourismus ausgerichtet. In Kramsach leben die gräfliche Familie von Taxis-Bordogna-Valnigra und Nachfahren des Bauernbefreiers Hans Kudlich. Die Kirche zu Mariathal darf als eines der geschlossensten Barockensembles gelten.

http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kramsach

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