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Wilten Basilica View from Berg Isel Called the Basilica of Wilten, Basilica of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception, and Our Lady of the four pillars, is a Roman Catholic parish and pilgrimage church in Innsbruck Wilten. Legally, the Basilica Church belongs to the diocese of Innsbruck. History According to legend, already revered Roman legionaries of the fort Veldidena at this place a picture of Mary. Under the today existing basilica habe been found the remains of a previous church that to the 5th Century of the early time Christianity was dated. The care was taken over in 1140 by the Premonstratensian Order, from 1259 it is a High Church of Our Woman securitized to which soon began a lively pilgrimage movement. The existing church was rebuilt several times in the sequence. Due to disrepair, it came 1751-1756 under the minister and architect Franz de Paula Penz to a new building in Rococo style according to plans by Joseph Stapf from Pfronten, who also designed most of the sculptures. Specifications Entrance with the coat of arms of Benedict XVI . The interior is decorated in the most delicate colors, mixed with lots of gold and a delicate rococo stucco by Franz Xaver Feuchtmayer and Anton Gigl. Ceiling painting of the Augsburgers Matthew Guenther show scenes from the life of Mary. The high altar with its four pillars is covered by a huge crown. Below the picture of grace in the aureole, an approximately 90 cm high statue of the Virgin and Child, carved from sandstone in the High Gothic style from the first half of the 14th Century, the church gave its name. The wide square in front of the church gives the baroque facade a particularly good effet . View of the Organ The Basilica has an organ by Franz Reinisch (II) from Steinach from 1894 with 24 registers, which took place in the old case of 1758 lineup. In 2003, the successor company Pirchner by a restoration. The instrument now has 24 stops on two manuals and pedal. I Hauptwerk C -f3 1 16 drone ' 2 Covered 8 ' 3 Principal 8 ' 4 Principal piano 8 ' 5 Salicional 8 ' 6 Gamba 8 ' 7 Octav 4 ' 8 Spitz Flute 4 ' 9 Cornett 22/3 ' 10th Mixture V 2 ' 11th Trumpet 8 ' Swell II C -f3 12th Principal violin ' 13th Covered 8 ' 14th Dolce 8 ' 15th Aeoline 8 ' 16th Flauto 8 ' 17th Reed flute 4 ' 18th Fugara 4 ' Pedal C -f1 19th Subwoofer 16 ' 20th Bass flute 16 ' 21, Violon 16 ' 22, Oktavbass 8 ' 23, Cello 4 ' 24th Trombone 16 ' 1957 the Wiltener Basilica increases by Pope Pius XII . to the papal basilica minor. Since Wilten was the oldest parish in the region, it is also the mother parish of the city of Innsbruck. Today it is one of the most visited attractions of the city. Right next door there are the Wilten, home of Wiltener boys, one of Europe's oldest and most renowned boys' choirs, and at the nearby Bergisel the Kaiserjägermuseum. Towards Bergisel also the large municipal cemetery is interesting with many well-known monuments of Innsbruck families.

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