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Helbling House

The Helbling House (German: Helblinghaus) was first built in the 15th century but evolved greatly with new architectural designs. The Baroque facades and Gothic style of the 15th and 16th century shaped the building, originally townhouses, but the Rococo decorations of bows, windows, masks, sculptures and shells, added in the 1700's, helped bring it all together. The Helblinghaus' design helps it to capture light. Anton Gigl is responsible for completing the Helblingaus, even though it was named after Sebastian Helbling, the owner of the building from 1800 to 1827. Visitors can visit the Golden Roof, another historical building found in Innsbruck, and many other wonderful sites found near the Helblinghaus.

Helblinghaus
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Helblinghaus (Image 1) - Credit: böhringer friedrich)
Helblinghaus (Image 2 - Credit: Ikiwaner)
Helblinghaus circa 1905
Helblinghaus (Image 4 - Credit: Pahu)
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Image 2 Credit: Ikiwaner | This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Generic license.
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