The smashed Renaissance oriel of Laa an der Thaya

The smashed Renaissance oriel of Laa an der Thaya

The city of Laa an der Thaya lies on the northern border of Austria, which is one of the oldest borders in open landscape of Europe. It was built in the 13th century on rectangular floor plan with four large squares, which were intended as a rallying point for the...
The restoration of the Temple hall

The restoration of the Temple hall

The big challenge of these two years will be the restoration of the baroque frescoes in the temple hall dedicated to Hermes Trismegistos. Dr Hermann Fuchsberger, the actual head of the Lower Austrian Federal Monuments Office was so impressed on his first visit...
In memory of Hofrat Dr Werner Kitlitschka

In memory of Hofrat Dr Werner Kitlitschka

We would like to join in quiet mourning of our revered patron and friend, the great supporter and admirer of Haggenberg Castle Professor Hofrat Dr Werner Kitlitschka, who passed away on Friday, 19 October 2018 in his 80th year of life. Connected to the Austrian...