Maximiliankirche in Linz
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Maximiliankirche in Linz

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Die Maximiliankirche am Freinberg in Linz. Von Erzherzog Maximilian im Jahre 1836 errichtete Kirche. Sie wurde 1837 den Jesuiten übergeben und 1840 geweiht.

This church was built in 1836 by archduke Maximilian. It is on the top of the Freinberg in Linz.

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