Undoubtedly, this Protestant church is the most famous landmark in Hallstatt. It is the most conspicuous spire church in the postcard photos. However, because it is a Christian church, its interior decoration is still simple and unpretentious. Does not match.
The comment just now seems to be wrong. This church is the church in the postcard angle. The church is closed at 5:00 pm. You can go in and have a look during the day. It is relatively small.
This church is a landmark of the entire town, and the top of the pointed tower can be seen from a distance, especially this church is also the brightest part of the postcard angle. The door is open during the day, you can go in and visit, but the inside is very small.
Church was built in 1785, is a symbol of the local scenery, has a great history and the meaning of art. Though not as high as majestic church style, but give a person a kind of halcyon feeling. Church built in the lake, its unique geographical advantages gave it a lot of points, and at the back of the mountains like nature itself.
Die Evangelische is a church or cathedaral actually. This was founded back then on 1947. Not much story about this for tourist like me.
Evangelical Church of the Augsburg Confession in Austria is a Lutheran denomination in Austria. It is a member of the Lutheran World Federation, which it joined in 1947.
The Protestant church is the most famous building in the small town of Hallstatt. From the moment you step into this town, no matter you go up a mountain, a small slope, or walk into any trail, you can always see this iconic church spire , Everywhere, absolute landmark building. The famous postcard picture is also based on this church. Close to the Protestant church, you will find that he is not big. Compared with other magnificent buildings in Europe, it is a bit ordinary and simple, but this elegant and lakeside town complements each other. The mountains, colorful wooden houses, and blue lake are all so indifferent. Fresh.