I only wanted to photograph the Roman stone with the “mail coach” in Maria Saal. But then I came across this intriguing relief stone in the entrance area of the Maria Saal Cathedral. It represented the Capitoline Wolf with Romulus and Remus.
This piece is one of the most famous ancient Roman tombstones in Austria. It is the depiction of a coach. You find it in the wall of the Marienkirche, a church in Maria Saal. Though it doesn’t show a mail coach, it is sometimes called so.
Sundial fans find this piece on an outer wall of St Mary’s Church in Maria Saal. The church is also known as Propstei- und Wallfahrtskirche Mariae Himmelfahrt or Maria Saaler Dom. [German]