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Spittal an der Drau in Carinthia, Austria. At the northwestern edge of Carinthia and bordering East Tyrol and the state of Salzburg state, Heiligenblut is located in a high valley of the High Tauern range within the Central Der Großglockner PDF Alps. The municipality is also the southern starting point of the scenic Grossglockner High Alpine Road to Bruck in the state of Salzburg, the former Hochtor Pass, today the continuation of the B107 highway from Lienz in East Tyrol. Fleißalm winter sports region in winter.


Författare: Hans Fischer.
Nachdruck des Originals von 1929 über den Großglockner mit zahlreichen Abbildungen.

A chapel at Heiligenblut in the Duchy of Carinthia was first mentioned in 1271, containing a relic of the Blood of Christ. The Gothic pilgrimage church dedicated to Saint Vincent of Saragossa, with its prominent spire, was built between 1460-1491. The church also houses a late-Gothic winged altarpiece from 1520, and a crypt and tomb containing Briccius‘ mortal remains. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Heiligenblut. This Carinthia location article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. Großglockner from behind the glass panorama tower.

The name Glocknerer is first documented in a 1561 map designed by the Viennese cartographer Wolfgang Lazius. The denotation Glogger is mentioned a 1583 description of the Tyrolean Kals legal district, then referring to the whole ridge south of the Alpine main chain. Mont Blanc, has the second greatest topographic isolation of all mountains in the Alps. The Grossglockner from the southwest: 1. The Grossglockner from the northeast: 1.

The Grossglockner rock summit, due to its high Alpine, heavily glaciated appearance, is often compared to the mountains of the Western Alps. Together with the Kleinglockner to the southeast it forms a distinctive double peak. It runs northeastwards and borders on the Northeast and North Faces of the Grossglockner. Together with its extension, the Luisengrat, it separates the West Face and the Teischnitzkees glacier at its foot from the South Face and its Ködnitzkees glacier. The history of the climbs started with French-born natural scientist Belsazar Hacquet, from 1773 professor of anatomy at the Academy of Ljubljana. Leitertal valley was prepared so that the bishop could use a horse to reach it.