Burgruine Rauhenstein - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
About Burgruine Rauhenstein
The Rauhenstein castle ruins are the ruins of a hilltop castle in the Helenental north-east of the Schwechat , in the local area of Baden near Vienna . Like the neighboring Rauheneck castle ruins , it was probably built in the 12th century by the Tursen knights. It was repeatedly inhabited by robber barons and often destroyed and rebuilt.
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Arnulf Rainer Museum
2.26km from Burgruine Rauhenstein
The Arnulf Rainer Museum in Baden near Vienna unites an architectural jewel with the work of the internationally acclaimed contemporary artist.This museum unites an architectural jewel with the work of the internationally acclaimed contemporary artist. It has been ten years since the museum was refurbished to the highest technical and visual standards. Its aim is to share insights into the work of Rainer to a wide audience
4.35km from Burgruine Rauhenstein
The Hohe Lindkogel , also called the Iron Gate or Cold Mountain. high excursion mountain in the southern Vienna Woods and west of Baden near Vienna , in the municipality of Alland and Bad Vöslau. Due to its height and extent, the Hoher Lindkogel dominates the eastern edge of the Vienna Woods between Baden near Vienna and Bad Vöslau . Extensive pine forests cover its wide flanks.
Zisterzienserabtei Stift Heiligenkreuz
7.26km from Burgruine Rauhenstein
Heiligenkreuz Abbey is a Cistercian monastery located in the southern area of the Vienna Woods, about 13 km northwest of Baden in Lower Austria . It has existed without interruption since its foundation in 1133, making it the second oldest Cistercian monastery in the world that has been continuously occupied. The abbey is also known for the Gregorian chant recordings made since 2008: " Song: Music for Paradise."
8.57km from Burgruine Rauhenstein
The Hussar Temple is a classical building on the Kleiner Anninger in the Föhrenberge Nature Park in the municipality of Mödling . The temple is one of the many artificial ruins built in the perimeter of Liechtenstein Castle , the seat of the Liechtensteiners at the time.Today's massive successor building was built in 1813 by Joseph Kornhäusel as a "temple of war glory" . It is dedicated to the dead of the Battle of Aspern. The tombs inside contain the bodies of five soldiers from that battle.
8.79km from Burgruine Rauhenstein
Mayerling Castle was a hunting lodge in Mayerling near Alland in Lower Austria , southwest of Vienna , until 1889 . Today it houses the Carmelite St. Joseph of the Discalced Carmelites. After the death of the heir to the Austrian throne Rudolf and his mistress, the building turned into a monastery. On that place where the couple had died the church depicted above has been erected.
Fontana Golf Club
9.01km from Burgruine Rauhenstein
Fontana Leisure Parks, one of Pampanga’s golf courses, was built in 2012. This unique establishment has found very early success as it is such a young course. It sits within one of today’s largest and modernized leisure parks in the country. The short 9-hole course has only 1,896 yards was designed over rolling terrains, which helps to add a bit of challenge to the course even if you are not a beginner.
Discover More Attractions in Lower Austria, Home of Burgruine Rauhenstein
Lower Austria is one of the nine states of Austria, located in the northeastern corner of the country. It offers an incredible variety of nature and culture. With a land area of 19,186 km2 and a population of 1.612 million people, Lower Austria is the country’s largest state; it is second-most populous after the federal state of Vienna. Other main cities are Amstetten, Krems an der Donau and Wiener Neustadt.