The Romanesque Laurenzi Church stands in the scattered settlement of Haag near Markersdorf in the municipality of Neulengbach. The Roman Catholic daughter church dates back to the 12th century - and is considered quite legendary: Allegedly, St. Laurentius and the angels themselves chose the site for the place of worship. Today, the little church reveals many things worth seeing: such as the original round building made of ashlars, the choir added in the 15th century or the crenellated sacrament house. On the outside on the south side there is a walled-in Roman stone. By the way, the Laurenzi Church has also been immortalized in paintings by great artists such as Egon Schiele.

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