Sellrain & Culture
Traces from the past
Over the course of time, the village of Sellrain structured itself around the healing waters of the Rothenbrunn spring. The water, which contains iron, attracted people from far and wide as far back as the Middle Ages. Nowadays, the village has a host of other attractions worth visiting, including the oldest church in the Sellraintal valley – the St. Quirin pilgrimage church. Its late Gothic wall paintings and carved wooden figures date back to between 1400 and 1500.
The other churches in the valley, including the St. Anne pilgrimage church and the parish church in Gries im Sellrain, are also interesting to visit. The Way of Reflection walking trail passes these two churches. The little municipality has one other peculiar attraction – namely the 36 bridges that connect all the individual tiny hamlets.