last change: 10.03.2009

Wolfstein Castle Ruins:

Late Romanesque buildings from the13th century.
Ancestral seat of the Knights of Wolfstein, later Counts of Sulzbürg, main tenants. In 1462 under the feudal rule of the King of Bohemia. In 1465 it was sold to the House of Wittelsbach and finally destroyed in the Thirty Years’ War.
Today it is an attractive lookout point and site of archeological excavations.

Mariahilf kirche:

A gem of Baroque architecture with impressive ornamental plasterwork by Johann Bajerna from Lombardy, built 1718-1727. The church was built for pilgrims and is now popular for weddings.