Dom im Berg – The Venue within the Castle Hill of Graz

The Dom im Berg is a venue located within the castle hill of Graz right in the center of Old Town Graz. This location was used as air-raid shelter against the bombardments during World War II. Nowadays it is used as venue for various occasions ranging from club music events, political events and society events of the city of Graz as well as private ones. The event that I participated in this times was the Kinderrechtepreis TrauDi (an annually conducted award to honor the work on the implementation of the Right’s of the Child of various organisations engaged in children’s rights, initiated, organized and conducted by Gerhard H.J. Fruhmann, MA & The Kinderbüro).

I am regularly attending this event as it is one of a kind and unique in this scale, though it already found multiplicators around the world, but the Kinderbüro (Children’s Bureau) was the first to get engaged in the implementation of the UN-Rights of the Child into society and politics, as its work is mostly about political lobbying for a children friendly society.

Different caterer are providing sustenance and therefore it is up to you which caterer you book for your event in this very special and fancy venue called Dom im Berg. But have a look for yourself:

And here you can dive into the slide show:

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The Bottom Line: The Dom im Berg, located in Schlossbergsteig, 8010 Graz, is a venue right in the center of Old Town Graz, within the castle hill of Graz to be specific. It is a unique experience to party or experience an event within a mountain.

From Graz with Love!
Dr. Dr. Immanuel Fruhmann

 

 

 

 

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