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Epidemic history in Innsbruck: What connects the address Weihnhardtstraße 4 with the namesake Dr. Weinhart and the Dreiheiligenkirche?
As part of our tour, we will explore how the city dealt with a “pestilence” at the beginning of the 17th century. Measures against epidemics had to be implemented by the administration to protect the inhabitnts of our city and Tyrol.
Many orders from the court, provincial government, and city administration can also be linked to contemporary epidemics (such as the Spanish flu, HIV, Ebola, Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, as well as measles, mumps, and COVID-19), drawing a parallel with today’s efforts to combat unknown diseases.
City: Innsbruck
e-mail: evelyn@drreinhardberger.com
Duration: approximately 1.5 – 2 hours
Meeting point: in front of the Golden Roof
Price: Group price: € 150.00 (group size up to 30 people)
Telephone: +43 699 10275421

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