The Gothic Stone Cross - once a boundary stone

Eight meters tall, four-sided wayside shrine

The Gothic Stone Cross in Bruck an der Mur© TV Bruck/Mur, picture: J. Pop

The approximately eight-meter tall, four-sided wayside shrine with fluted corner pillars and four pointed arch niches with tracery decorations in which there were originally four figures, dates from the 15th century.

The Gothic Stone Cross was once the boundary stone between the Regional Courts of Landskron in Bruck and Wieden in Kapfenberg, visible to all. Today it marks a pathway up to Bruck's Castle Hill.