Graz Cathedral

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Graz Cathedral
Dom St. Ägidius
47°04′19.2″N 15°26′31.92″E / 47.072000°N 15.4422000°E / 47.072000; 15.4422000Coordinates: 47°04′19.2″N 15°26′31.92″E / 47.072000°N 15.4422000°E / 47.072000; 15.4422000
Location Graz, Styria
Country Austria
Denomination Roman Catholic
Architecture
Style Gothic
Years built 1438-62
Administration
Archdiocese Salzburg
Diocese Graz-Seckau

Graz Cathedral (German: Grazer Dom), also called St. Giles' Cathedral (German: Dom St. Ägidius), is the cathedral church in the Austrian city of Graz, dedicated to Saint Giles. It is the seat of the bishop of the Steiermark diocese, called the Diocese of Graz-Seckau. The church was built in 1438-62 by Friederick III in the Gothic architecture.[1] Nearby is Mausoleum of Emperor Ferdinand II.[2]

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