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Catholic Church Strobl

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St. Sigismund Catholic Church



Originally, Strobl belonged to the Parish of Thalgau.

In March 1757, two farmers asked the Prince-Archbishop of Salzburg if the people could have a church of their own.
Prince-Archbishop Sigismund, Earl of Schrattenbach gave his consent in 1758 and on 3rd May, 1761, the church was dedicated to St. Sigismund.
In 1857, Strobl became a fully independent parish in its own right.

Services: Tuesday and Friday at 7.30 am, Monday and Saturday 7pm,  Sunday 9 am and 6 pm.(wintertime), 7 pm (summertime)





Contact

Catholic Church Strobl
Bürglstraße 19
5350 Strobl

Phone: +43 6137 7313
E-Mail: pfarre.strobl@pfarre.kirchen.net
Web: www.pfarre-strobl.at

Contact person
Pater Joachim O.Praem
Bürglstraße 19
5350 Strobl

We speak the following languages

German

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services: Sun and bank Holidays 9 am and 19 am

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  • Parking space: 4

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Suitable for wheelchairs: Not all of the legally stipulated ÖNORM are complied with. In principle, this object is suitable for wheelchairs and no assistance is necessary.
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Catholic Church Strobl
Strobl

St. Sigismund Catholic Church Originally, Strobl belonged to the Parish of Thalgau. In March 1757, two farmers asked the Prince-Archbishop of Salzburg if the people could have a church of their own. Prince-Archbishop Sigismund, Earl of Schrattenbach gave his...