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Plague Column (Holy Trinity Cross), Hauptplatz (main square) at no. 27

The Great Plague Column was erected in 1713 after the last great year of the plague by Elias Hügel, the respected court stonemason from Kaisersteinbruch. The Holy Trinity in the manner of Albrecht Dürer, enthroned on a high column, is surrounded by the statues of the plague saints Johannes Nepomuk, Rochus, Rosalia (shown resting with a cross) and Sebastian.


Johanneskapelle Chapel, Eisenstädterstraße before the railway station turning

Square Baroque building of 1735. Round arch door with wrought iron grill, pillars, mansard roof.

Stöcklbrunnen fountain, Hauptplatz (main square) 31

Stone plinth column fountain with stepped closure and donor inscription from 1892, renovated 1998.

Florian column, Untere Hauptstraße (lower main street) at Nº. 1

Figure of St. Florian on a high, curved pedestal, cartouche with date 1745.

Josefssäule, St. Joseph statue (Leiner or Hirschfeld cross), Wienerstraße (near Hofer company)

St. Joseph with child on a square pillar, 1749, figure 2nd half 20th c. (?)

Cross with Pietà, at the Kalvarienberg

Pietà in front of a powerful stone cross on a pedestal with curved consoles. At the front purgatory depiction, above a cartouche with donor, dated 1753.

Mariensäule, statue of Mary, Blaues Kreuz, (Immaculata pillar), Eisenstädterstraße. Near Nº. 27

Mary Immaculate on a globe with snake, tapered pillar with acanthus volute capitals, 2nd half 18th c.

Johanneskapelle (the Hermit) Chapel, Kalvarienberg

Baroque building with rounded gable and ridge turrets, stone Immaculata, above the portal a cartouche with donor and dated 1739.

Leinerkreuz Shrine (known as plague column), Station - bike route - Jois

Narrow tabernacle pillars with shallow arch niches, stone cross above, inscription, dated 1679.

Christussäule, Christ pillar, the risen Christ, Untere Hauptstraße (lower main street) in the Nyikospark

Champfered stone pillar with tabernacle upper part. Figure of risen Christ on tabernacle, 18th c. Inscribed 1609.

Floridan Cross, before Jois roundabout (Mauth Hotel)

1616. Listed monument since 1962.

Plague pillar wayside shrine, Wienerstraße (Goldbergpark)

Post-Gothic tabernacle pillars and stone pyramided roof, niche figures, inscription: "erected 1696". Moved and restored 1953.

Zeinerkapelle, Untere Hauptstraße bei Nr. 99 (Kasernparkplatz)

Kleiner Nischenbau aus dem 18. Jh. mit Kreuz über Rundbogengiebel. Im Inneren drei Figurennischen. Denkmalschutz seit 1981.

Tabor-ruin – secret symbol of the town

For a long time, this castle ruin was thought to be a Roman building. Built around 1400, the structure served as the residence of several Hungarian queens who stayed here temporarily to hunt. The Tabor was finally destroyed when it was conquered by the Kurucs in 1708. The earliest views from the 18th century already show a ruin enthroned on a broad earthen rampart. The area around the Tabor, which had long been used as pasture land, was planted with trees and shrubs around 1900 and named "Karolinenpark" (Caroline Park) after the wealthy donor of the planting, Karoline Stöckl.

Vollathkapelle Chapel, Marthalwald

Erected 1998 by the Vollath family as a thanksgiving. Statue "Mary and child", Inscription "Ave Maria" by Neusiedl artist with motto "We thank God".

Froschaukapelle Chapel approx. 1860 (Tschanekkapelle Chapel)

After the railway viaduct on the cycle path to Jois.
The chapel (width 2.50 m, depth 0.90 m) shows a stone cross on a flat gable and the crucified behind an iron grille.
Inaugurated on 20 May 1984 by the then town priest Dr. Kohl.

Neunmahdkapelle Chapel, Florianikapelle Chapel, Zitzmannsdorfer Wiesen

Small, square building with saddle roof and curved gables. Stone figure of St. Florian, 18th c.

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