Graz Jesuit College

The Jesuit College in Graz was founded 1573 in the Counter-Reformation. It was the predecessor of todays Academic Gymnasium at the Tummelplatz.

See also in German  http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Akademisches_Gymnasium_(Graz)

Copyright: Fritz Hanke
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Updated: 07/07/2014


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