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today

morning
16°C/61°F
50% Fineweather
3400mm
Frostborder

Wednesday

Wednesday
24°C/75°F
60% Fineweather
3900mm
Frostborder

Thursday

Thursday
26°C/79°F
60% Fineweather
4000mm
Frostborder

Forecast

The weather is barely changing at the moment. An area of low pressure lies over Central Europe and is heading slowly east. There will be sunny spells, but the cloud will thicken soon and cause showers.

Tendency

From Wednesday to Sunday it will be a bit cloudy at times with occasional thunderstorms.

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Innsbruck Tourism


Mon - Fri: 8.00 am - 5.00 pm

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Mon - Fri: 9.00 am - 5.00 pm

Museums

 > Anich-Hueber-Museum

Anich-Hueber-Museum

Description

A small, but nonetheless very interesting museum. The village of Oberperfuss is home to the famous cartograph Peter Anich and his aid Blasius Hueber. A small, but nonetheless very interesting museum shows their work. Peter Anich, born in 1723, showed already in his teens a keen interest in science and constructed sundials. Encouraged by his mentor and teacher Ignaz von Weinhart, Peter Anich soon constructed his first globes for which he applied for and got the patent. About 30 of his globes are still existing today. Peter Anich and Blasius Hueber however did not only produce globes they were also one of the most famous cartographs of that time. They were the first, who made an accurate map of the Tyrol, which was a difficult task as no devices existed. So Peter Anich and Blasius Hueber constructed their own, of which 2 are still used today in especially steep alpine regions. In 1766 Peter Anich was asked to draw up a map for the South Tyrol. Unfortunately in the swamps near Bozen he fell ill with malaria and died at the age of 43. Admission to the museum is free. Guided tours are possible, please ask at the Tourist office of Oberperfuss for more information

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museum

Opening Hours

Only open on request at the tourist office or municipal office!


Addresses
Location / Getting here

Contact & information

Anich-Hueber Museum
Peter-Anich-Haus
Riedl 30
6173  Oberperfuss
+43 5232 / 81 313
gemeinde@oberperfuss.tirol.gv.at
http://www.gemeinde-oberperfuss.at

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