(German Linz) is the capital of the Austrian province of Upper Austria. S 189 500 residents (detail to 31. December 2008) is the largest city of Upper Austria and Vienna and Graz, the third largest in Austria. It is situated on the Danube and covers an area of 95,98 km ².
Other Dom, view of the main square
- Pilgrimage Church – Basilica Pöstlingberg: Symbol of, Pilgrimage Church on the hill high 537 m. n m., Built between 1738 – 1774
- Pöstlingbergbahn: adhesion path with the largest slope in the world (slope 10,5 %), year built 1898. The final station in the tower fortifications
- Linzer Grottenbahn: na Pöstlingbergu, in the former fortress, open 1906, Circular narrow-gauge railway
- Mariä-Empfangnis-Dom: also called Neuer Dom, built in years 1862 – 1924, novogotická, from sandstone, with incomplete details; Austria's largest church, bandwidth CCA 20.000 people, Holy land. Stephen's Cathedral in Vienna, the second highest church tower (134,8 m)
- Alter Dom: Jesuit church year 1669 with two towers
- Cottage: Italian Renaissance, year 1564. Fountain of the year 1648.
- Main Square: the largest square on the Danube, Holy Trinity Column of the Year 1717 a radnicí Old Town Hall
- Country road: Country road (Provincial class) is the most important street of the city. Located on the many historic buildings and sights, eg. Ursulinenkirche a Karmeliterkirche). It is also important in terms of trade, is the third busiest (pedestrian) streets in Austria
- Parish Church: Parish church in the late Romanesque foundations, baroquized year 1648. It houses the heart and guts of Emperor Friedrich III:
- Linz Castle: Linz Castle – the first mention of 799. Head of Emperor Friedrich III. Since 1966 it houses a museum
- St. Martin's Church: The first mention of 799, initially considered to be the oldest church of Austria, according to the latest research comes from the central building 10. or 11. century 
- Botanical garden: about 100.000 visitors per year, lies on top of Bauernberg, area 4,2 has, 8.000 plant species
- Hotel Zum Schwarzen Baren: The Black Bear Hotel – Birthplace tenor Richard Tauber
Source: Wikipedia, David Klaus