Hartmannsdorf parish church
The Roman Catholic parish church Hartmannsdorf is located in Hartmannsdorf in the market town of Markt Hartmannsdorf in Styria . The parish church of St. Radegundis is part of the Deanery Gleisdorf in the Diocese of Graz-Seckau . The church is a listed building .
The church was mentioned in a document in 1232. Around 1727 there was a renovation. 1979 was a total restoration.
The southern nave wall is late Gothic. During the renovation in 1727, the four-bay nave was widened somewhat and vaulted with groin vaults on wall pillars. The three-axis organ choir stands on pillars and has a parapet with a positive organ. Two narrow chapels were added to the fourth yoke. The northern chapel has an extension to the west. The late Gothic two-bay choir with a five-eighth end under a square vault has stepped buttresses. A keystone with the year 1550 was walled in from the old vault. A sacristy with galleries is built to the north of the choir. On the south side of the choir is a sacrament niche and the tower portal. The lower part of the square south tower is late Gothic. The upper part of the tower has baroque articulated upper floors and an onion dome. The window glazing is from the fourth quarter of the 19th century.
The church shows some 19th century tombstones on the outside.
The high altar from 1885 bears the late baroque figures of Peter and Paul from the old high altar. The side altars from the end of the 19th century show pictures by the painter Lina Frast-Schwach. The pulpit and an oval image of St. Blasius are from the fourth quarter of the 19th century. The popular pictures of the Stations of the Cross were made around 1800. The holy water bowl in the northern chapel is marked 1867.
The organ was built by Albert Mauracher (1901).
- The art monuments of Austria. Dehio Steiermark (excluding Graz) 1982 . Hartmannsdorf, parish church St. Radegundis, p. 168.