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Bezau is a town in the Bregenz Forest in the Austrian state of Vorarlberg, part of the district of Bregenz. Bezau is a popular tourist destination around the year, due to its vicinity to ski resorts and hiking trails. Its picturesque church was built in 1906 and is devoted to St. Jodok. Another attraction is the museum of local history (Heimatmuseum), which is housed in a traditional wooden home. Bezau is the home community of ski jumper Toni Innauer.
There is one "Polytechnische Schule," one primary school (grades 1-4), one middle school (junior high) (grades 5-8) and one upper secondary business school (Bundeslehranstalt: Handelsschule, Fachschule für wirtschaftliche Berufe, Tourismusfachschule.)