This sundial is located on an outer wall of St Mary’s Church in Maria Saal. The church is also known under the name Propstei- und Wallfahrtskirche Mariae Himmelfahrt or Maria Saaler Dom. Worth seeing are also several Roman tombstones, which are installed in the outer wall of the church. [German]
One of the most famous ancient Roman stones in Austria: The depiction of a coach immured at the Marienkirche, a church in Maria Saal. Though it doesn’t show a mail coach it is generally known as mail coach relief (Postkutschen Relief). Well the covering of the coach reminds a bit of a letter, doesn’t it?
This ancient Roman stone is immured in a church named Marienkirche in Maria Saal. The stone shows the Capitoline Wolf (Lupa Capitolina). The wolf looks really annoyed, doesn’t it?