Stainz Kirche Aussen
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Stainz Kirche Aussen

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A: Stiftskirche Stainz

by Harzl Anton, 30 meters away

Large baroque Roman Catholic Church, a part from the wellknown Castle of Stainz. 2006 renovating insi...

Stiftskirche Stainz

B: Stainz Kirchplatz Pfarrheim

by Harzl Anton, 40 meters away

Stainz Kirchplatz Pfarrheim

C: Stainzer Schloss

by Harzl Anton, 50 meters away

Stainzer Schloss

D: Stainz Kirche Haupteingang

by Harzl Anton, 60 meters away

Stainz Kirche Haupteingang

E: Stainz Grazer Strasse

by Harzl Anton, 240 meters away

Stainz Grazer Strasse

F: Rathausplatz by night

by Harzl Anton, 290 meters away

2008 renovated place behind the Rathaus of Stainz (municipal office), the northern building has been ...

Rathausplatz by night

G: Stainz Rathaus

by Harzl Anton, 310 meters away

Stainz Rathaus

H: Stainz Hauptplatz

by Harzl Anton, 380 meters away

Stainzer Hauptplatz mit Mariensäule

Stainz Hauptplatz

I: Stainz Railway Station

by Harzl Anton, 800 meters away

Hier sieht man die historische Stainzer Schmalspurbahn, auch Flascherlzug genannt, noch im Bahnhof st...

Stainz Railway Station

J: Austria Pichling / stainz

by Peter Gumilar GesmbH, 1.1 km away

This picture show you a flat in a semi-detache house in Pichling nearby Stainz. The neighbourhood is ...

Austria Pichling / stainz

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