Die Bachschmiede is the cultural center of the Austrian community Wals-Siezenheim. It was opened in 2008.
The history of the Bachschmiede can be traced back to the year 1567. At that time Georg Markhner built below the rock where the church of Wals-Siezenheim is situated, the Bachschmied-house at the River Mühlbach. In 1985 there was the thought about the revitalization of the building. Source of this idea was Sepp Forcher. Initially planned as a museum, it could then be opened in 2008 as a museum and cultural center.
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