situated in Eppan/Berg above Schloss Gandegg and to the west of the Gleif Church on a small road.History: Schloss Moos and the manor house Schulthaus is one complex of living and working quarters. The Katharinen Church just below the buildings is an interesting addition. In 1270 there was a small castle and two houses that were lived in at this site. The castle was later integrated into Schloss Moos. The two buildings were not owned by the same people and were renovated in the 14th and 15th centuries. After several changes of owners, the last descendants of the owners of Moos died out and it was inherited by the Schulthaus family through marriage. In 1958 Walter Amonn from Bozen bought the buildings and renovated them. Architectural style: additions to the original 16th and 17th century buildings can easily be seen as the walls are not plastered. The living tower of the original castle is clearly visible in the northeast corner of Schloss Moos. Inside you can find wall murals, a Gothic room, various tools from this period, and much more. On the ground floor there is an exhibition room. The 14th century chapel was restored 300 years later and turned into a house in 1880. In 1988 it was restored to a chapel. Walking: you can combine a walk to the Gleif Church, or along the Matschatscher and Bergstrasse with Schloss Moss. Tip: do this during opening hours of the Folklore Museum.
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