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Tulln is a town in Austria in the federal state of Lower Austria. Worth seeing are the Minorite monastery, the Minorite church and the parish church of St. Stephan, which has Romanesque foundations dating back to the 11th century.

The district capital Tulln is both a harmonious small town with a lot of quality of life and leisure time, as well as a hub for the entire region. Tulln is particularly well known for its many opportunities around the central themes of the Danube, gardens and art. Highlights for guests are the GARTEN TULLN exhibition, the natural water park, the idyllic Aubad, the blooming Donaulände with the unique Donaubühne and the wide range of art and culture on offer - especially around Tulln's most famous character Egon Schiele.

A city with history

Tulln's history goes back a long way: during the Roman Empire, Tulln served as the "Comagena" equestrian fort to secure the Norse Limes directly on the Danube. Archaeological relics from the founding period of Tulln can be admired in the Roman Museum. The Romanesque charnel house (around 1240), the Minorite Church (1732-39), the town tower (16th century), numerous Gothic and Baroque buildings and many other sights make Tulln a town full of art and cultural treasures.

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