Murgasse, Südtirolerplatz

The Murgasse will take you from the Hauptplatz to the river and is largely identical to the historic road connecting to the Roman road in the west. The buildings toward the river date from the 15th and 16th century: The closure toward the river was redesigned after two city gates – the inner and the outer Murtor – had been demolished. Today’s bridge is of modern times, in 1845 an hanging bridge had stood in its place. The Südtirolerplatz was part of the Murvorstadt.

Listed Buildings and Monuments are the two gates, the Badgasse (facade fragments of the Saint Clare convent) with the Paradeishof, the main bridge, the Wrought Iron House (now part of the Kunsthaus), Palais Thinnfeld and the Kunsthaus.