List of listed objects in Persenbeug-Gottsdorf

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The list of listed objects in Persenbeug-Gottsdorf contains the 11 listed , immovable objects of the municipality of Persenbeug-Gottsdorf .


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Catholic parish church hll.  Peter and Paul
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Catholic parish church hll. Peter and Paul ObjectID
KG: Gottsdorf
The parish church hll. Petrus und Paulus in Gottsdorf is a late Gothic , essentially early Gothic staggered church with a mighty baroque west tower. The undivided nave is a steep gable roof covered and open through windows from the 17th century and by side portals with lobbies of the 19th century. The low choir with buttresses and pointed arched windows dates from the middle of the 14th century. The southern extensions are late Gothic. The sacristy , built in the early 16th century, has barbed window frames . The west tower has chamfered slotted windows, a plaster structure from the second half of the 18th century, round-arched acoustic windows with segment-arched roofs as well as clock gables and a pointed onion helmet .
Rectory Upload file Parsonage
Object ID:  53880
Kirchenstrasse 36 KG
: Gottsdorf
The rectory southwest of the church is a two-story building with a hook-shaped floor plan. It has a hipped roof , a banded ground floor, pilaster strips on the upper floor and a portal with a decorative stucco crown , which is marked 1760 (1769?) In the keystone . The rooms in the west wing are vaulted and partly show simple stucco decor.
Bürgerhaus, Great Shipmaster's House Upload file Bürgerhaus, Großes Schiffmeisterhaus ObjectID
Hauptstrasse 8 KG
: Persenbeug
The Great Shipmaster's House is a broad building, the core of which dates from the second half of the 16th century. It has a multi-tiered facade with décor from around 1800. In the hallway there are wide vaults of the building core with stitch caps and plastic ridges.
Figure shrine St.  Felix
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Figure shrine St. Felix ObjectID
Rathausplatz KG
: Persenbeug
In the southeast corner of the market square there is a wayside shrine with a stone sculpture of St. Felix from the second quarter of the 18th century.
town hall
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Town Hall ObjectID
Rathausplatz 1 KG
: Persenbeug
The town hall of Persenbeug is a large, block-like building with a mansard hipped roof , the core of which dates from the 16th century. It has wrought iron window baskets from around 1740. The wide ground floor hall is vaulted by a barrel with stitch caps. On the upper floor there is a conference room with a stucco ceiling from the second quarter of the 18th century. A late baroque wooden door and a stove with relief decorations were also made in the second quarter of the 18th century. The ceiling of the wedding hall is furnished with a simple stucco mirror from the 18th century.
Persenbeug palace complex
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Persenbeug palace complex ObjectID
Schloßstraße 1 KG
: Persenbeug
Persenbeug Castle, located in the west of the village on a high cliff, is a multi-winged, partly medieval castle of the late Renaissance with two towers and a prominent chapel protruding to the west. A fortified system at this point can be traced back to the 10th century.
Small shipmaster's house
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Small shipmaster's house ObjectID
Schloßstraße 2 KG
: Persenbeug
The so-called Small Shipmaster's House from the middle of the 16th century has pseudo- sgraffito decor with stylized dolphins, false balustrades , corner blocks and bands .
Residential building
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Schloßstraße 5 KG
: Persenbeug
The residential building at Schlossstrasse 5 is an elongated building that shows two fragmented murals on the street side with the designation “1518”. The colorfully faceted corner cuboids and the frames for the walled-up windows date from the first quarter of the 16th century. Two window baskets were made in the first half of the 19th century.
Residential building
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Schloßstraße 6 KG
: Persenbeug
The residential building at Schlossstrasse 6 is characterized by a flat oriel placed over a corner and marked 1562 in the parapet. This rests on profiled wedge stones with blind arcades and (pseudo?) Sgraffito decor with two coats of arms and two kneeling angels. The rest of the exterior was changed in 1962 by a facade restoration.
Chapel, former parish church hll.  Florian and Maximilian
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Chapel, former parish church hll. Florian and Maximilian ObjectID

KG location
: Persenbeug
The former parish church called the market chapel hll. Florian and Maximilian on the southwest corner of the market square is a small late Gothic building with a set western tower and side extensions from the 19th century. Its short nave dates from around 1537, is covered by a gable roof and opened through baroque arched windows. To the west, the baroque tower, built in 1698/1699 and modified in 1751, rises in the blasted gable facade. Its upper part has corner pilasters, arched sound windows, clock gables and an eight-sided pyramid helmet. The choir, covered by a gable roof, dating from around 1493/1515, is supported by buttresses that are placed over the corners above the water hammer. The sacristy in the south dates from the first quarter of the 16th century, the north from 1824.
Cemetery and funerary monuments
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Cemetery and grave monuments ObjectID

KG location
: Persenbeug
The Persenbeug cemetery in the east of the town north of the Donauuferbahn was laid out around 1780/1785. In the years 1883/1884 it was enlarged. Further extensions followed in 1914 and 1970. It houses some remarkable grave monuments: The Feldmüller Crypt is a classicist, cubic building with a hipped roof, which is marked 1837 above the portal. Inside it has a pilaster structure, a painted coffered ceiling and a crucifix from the construction period. The Lapanagruft , consecrated in 1892, rises above a square floor plan. It is crowned by a bell roof and a belfry. The Christian Crypt - formerly also known as Ellinger Crypt - is a simple building erected by Franz Teufel in 1880 with a strongly profiled cornice, hipped roof and turret.


The source for the selection of the objects are the monuments lists of the respective federal state published annually by the BDA. The table contains the following information:

Photo: Photograph of the monument. Click the photo generates an enlarged view. Next to it are one or two symbols:
More pictures available The symbol means that more photos of the property are available. They are displayed by clicking the symbol.
Upload your own photo By clicking the symbol, further photos of the object can be uploaded to the Wikimedia Commons media archive .
Monument: Name of the monument. The designation is given as it is used by the Federal Monuments Office (BDA) . The internal object identification number (ObjectID) is also given.
Location: The address is given. In the case of free-standing objects without an address ( e.g. shrines ), an address is usually given that is close to the object. By calling up the link Location , the location of the monument is displayed in various map projects. The cadastral community (KG) is indicated below this.
Description: Brief information about the monument.

The table is sorted alphabetically according to the location of the monument. The sorting criterion is the cadastral municipality and within this the address.

By clicking on "Map with all coordinates" (top right in the article) the location of all monuments in the selected map object is displayed.

Abbreviations of the BDA : BR… construction law , EZ… deposit number, GB… land register , GstNr. … Property number, KG… cadastral community, 0G … property number address


Web links

Commons : Listed objects in Persenbeug-Gottsdorf  - Collection of images, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. a b Lower Austria - immovable and archaeological monuments under monument protection. (PDF), ( CSV ). Federal Monuments Office , as of February 14, 2020.
  2. § 2a Monument Protection Act in the legal information system of the Republic of Austria .