Until the 19th century, Graz Cathedral looked rather bare from the outside. Now, plenty of elaborate ornamentation characterizes the 15th Century building, and more specifically its westward facing walls. Only one of the formerly abundant frescoes remains, the famous Landplagenbild, has suffered substantial damage. The present altar has survived many modifications; formerly there had been no less than twelve dating from the late Gothic period, these were replaced by Jesuit renaissance altars and these, in turn, were replaced by today's baroque versions.
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