The Hofkirche (Court Church) in Innsbruck with the cenotaph of Emperor Maximilian I is the most important historical monument in Tyrol. The cenotaph is ringed by 28 larger than life (200-250 cm) bronze statues representing the Emperor’s ancestors, relatives and heroes. The Hofkirche also houses the tomb of Andreas Hofer (Tyrol’s national hero) and the Silver Chapel.
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The Krimml Waterfalls, with approximately 400.000 visitors per year, are one of Austria’s top 10 most visited attractions, and the fifth highest waterfalls in the world. An average of 5.6 m³ of water per second plummets into the valley over the three stages of falls, with an entire impressive waterfall drop of 380 meters.