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Franzensfeste Fortress

Fortezza (Franzensfeste)
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Franzensfeste Fortress

Fortezza (Franzensfeste)

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Informationen zu Franzensfeste Fortress

The fortress of Franzensfeste was built according to the latest designs of military architecture in 1833–1838 and ranked among the strongest fortresses in the Alpine region. The structure is a
gigantic labyrinth of rooms, corridors and stairways that covers an area of over 20 ha.

Business hours

May–Oct
Tue–Sun 10–6 pm
Nov-Apr
Tue–Sun 10–4 pm

Entry fees

  • €7,00 per person
  • €5,00 reduced
  • €12,00 family
  • free with museumobil Card

The fortress in Fortezza in Eisacktal is used now as a museum and sometimes venue for major cultural events.

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