Das goldene dachl

Das Goldene Dachl ist ein Gebäude mit spätgotischem Prunkerker in der Innsbrucker Altstadt und gilt als Wahrzeichen der Stadt. Das Dach des Erkers wurde mit 2.657 feuervergoldeten Kupferschindeln gedeckt.

Erbaut wurde das Gebäude 1420 als Residenz („Neuhof“) der Tiroler Landesfürsten. Aus Anlass der Zeitenwende (1500) fügte Niklas Türing der Ältere im Auftrag des deutschen Königs und späteren Kaisers Maximilian I. 1497/98–1500 den Prunkerker hinzu.

Quelle: http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Goldenes_Dachl

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Updated: 08/04/2014


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