Innsbruck is a big chamber of treasures for history and culture, which lasts back more than 800 years. 1919 changed the imperial palace (Hofburg) from the Habsburg holdings into the ownership of the state Austria. The also for disabled persons adjusted museum involves 27 rooms of the formally royal living and representation area on 2nd upper floor in the east wing. The scientific care, publications, restorations, guided tours in 4 languages and educational offers for children build the activities in the museums area. Ambras castle above Innsbruck, from far visible, is one of the most meaningful sights in the capital city. Its culture-historical meaning is not to take apart from the personality of archduke Ferdinand II (1529 – 1595), who was a real renaissance prince and so promoted art and science. The baroque building of the St. James cathedral was built from 1717 – 1724 instead of 24 older churches. The former building was Gothic. On the altar there is the famous “Mariahilf” picture from Lucas Cranach the Elder. The thumb of archduke Maximilan III was built from Caspar Gras in the year of 1620. The monastery Wilten is on the ground of Bergisel. This area was already populated at the urnfield time (aprx. 1000 b. C.). In the place of today’s monastery the Romans have erected their colony and their fort “Veldidena”. Around the year 565 is in a travelogue told about the church “Laurentius”. Innsbrucks court church (also known as black man church) with the tomb memorial of Emperor Maximilian I is the most meaningful emperor memorial in Europe. 1502 – so more than 500 years – instructet emperor Maximilian I. his court painter, Munich’s Gilg Sesselschreiber, with the preperation to build the biggest figural memorial of the occident.