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Liebstattsonntag "Intangible Cultural Heritage" in Gmunden

Gmundens favorite custom Liebstattsonntag "Intangible Cultural Heritage" - March 22nd, 2020 - Against any kind of pain helps a true LOVE INSTRUMENT - that's why this was also invented in Gmunden, centuries ago.

Here you will find the Salzi.TV video announcement 2019

The shops of the city center are open for you on Sunday and are looking forward to your visit!


Program: Sunday, March 22, 2020

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The shops of the city center are open for you on Sunday and look forward to your visit!

Further information: Tourist Office Traunsee-Almtal / Tourist Office Gmunden; Toscanapark 1, 4810 Gmunden Tel: +43 7612 74451, info@traunsee-almtal.atwww.traunsee-almtal.at/gmunden 


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The story of Liebstattsonntag:

In 1641, the Passau bishop, who was then responsible for Gmunden, established his own custom for the spa town on Lake Traunsee. He instructed the parish priest to invite the poor people of the city to a common meal on the fourth Sunday of Lent and to apply it themselves. Historically, it was the affirmation of the so-called Corpus Christi Brotherhood. Members of this brotherhood were wealthy and influential citizens, who paid their love to the poor in this way. Of this, the Mittfastensundntag got its beautiful name. This custom has been preserved in a modified form until today. He remained a festive Sunday in the midst of Lent, which is begun with a solemn church with the Trachtenvereinen and then culminates at the Town Hall Square in a cheerful gift of spruchgezierten Lebzeltherzen.