The Stairs of Reconciliation – Graz, Austria | Atlas Obscura


An architectural and engineering marvel is silently standing within a public building in the old town of Graz. Completed in 1438 under the guidance of Holy Roman Emperor Frederick III, The Burg of Graz was expanded by Frederick’s son, Emperor Maximilian, from 1494-1500. When reopened, officials…

Source: The Stairs of Reconciliation – Graz, Austria | Atlas Obscura

10 thoughts on “The Stairs of Reconciliation – Graz, Austria | Atlas Obscura

  1. A fascinating staircase indeed. They knew what they were doing in the 15th century. That would be hard to recreate, even today. Although I am sure that a computer could design one!
    Best wishes, Pete. x

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