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Stadl-Paura

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  • Inhabitants: 4.953
  • Area: 15 km²
  • Altitude (from): 357m ASL
  • Altitude (to): 357m ASL
  • Type of community: Town municipality
  • Longitude: 13,8691
  • Latitude: 48,0864
Spending some time with us in Stadl-Paura, you'll enjoy a visit rich in history, scenic beauty, and outstanding horseback riding activities!

Stadl-Paura offers a special look back in time where history has left its mark for visitors to explore and enjoy. The village once was the hub of transportation and storage of the Salzkammergut´s salt, lovingly dubbed the "White Gold".

The Boatmen Museum traces the history of the once mighty salt transporting industry on the Traun and Danube Rivers and invites visitors to explore Stadl´s shipping industry during its Golden Age.

Local attractions that are worth seeing include the Trinity Church which is a superb example of Baroque architecture and a sight to behold.

What´s more, Stadl-Paura is a renown Equestrian Center with a highly acclaimed horse breeding history.

Contact

Stadl-Paura
Gemeindeamt Stadl-Paura
Marktplatz 1
4651Stadl-Paura

Phone: +43 7245 28011-0
Fax machine: +43 7245 28011-25
E-Mail: gemeinde@stadl-paura.ooe.gv.at
Web: www.stadl-paura.at

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Stadl-Paura

Spending some time with us in Stadl-Paura, you'll enjoy a visit rich in history, scenic beauty, and outstanding horseback riding activities! Stadl-Paura offers a special look back in time where history has left its mark for visitors to explore and enjoy. The village once was...