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Rattenberg

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Rattenberg, one of Austrias smallest towns, is located in the Eastern part of Tirol, directly next to the Inn river.

Rattenberg is characterized by a strong glass industry. Almost every second house in the old town is a glass shop, glass factory, or both.

A walk through the old and adoreable alleys of Rattenberg makes you feel you are in medieval times. There is a castle on the hill over the town, where you enjoy a wonderful outlook over Rattenberg, the Inn river and the rest of the Inntal valley.

Until 1504 Rattenberg was a part of Bavaria. Emperor Maximilian I. was the one who took the town away from Bavaria, and annexed it to Austria after a war of succession.

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The church is dedicated to the holy Virgil and built between 1473 to 1506.

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Gasthof Traube in the old town of Rattenberg directly next to the monastery.

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The restaurant "Gasthof Schlosskeller" exists since 1915.  We enjoyed our lunch there on the street outside the restaurant in the strong sun of March.

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The city hall of Rattenberg.

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The old town from east to west.

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The old town from west to east.

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The river Inn flows directly next to the town.

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Felsengrotte on the beginning of the old town.

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The houses of the nailers. Nailers were working here until the year 1912.

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The crest of Rattenberg as wall painting.

Hotel Accommodation:Hotel SonnhofDorfstrasse 92a 6240 Radfeld

Gasthof SchlosskellerSüdtiroler Strasse 13 6240 Rattenberg

Pension AlpenblickDorfstrasse 29a 6240 Radfeld

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