Allerheiligen may refer to the following places:
Allerheiligen im Mühlkreis is a municipality in the district of Perg in the Austrian state of Upper Austria.
Allerheiligen bei Wildon is a municipality in the district of Leibnitz in Styria, Austria. The name "Allerheiligen" translates to "All Saints" and derives from the local church.
Allerheiligen im Mürztal was a municipality in Austria which merged in January 2015 into Kindberg in the Bruck-Mürzzuschlag District of Styria, Austria.
The Allerheiligen-Hofkirche is a church in the Munich Residenz (the royal palace of the Bavarian monarchs) designed by Leo von Klenze and built between 1826 and 1837. The church was badly damaged from bombing during World War II and for decades remained a ruin before undergoing partial restoration and secularization.
Allerheiligenstriezel or simply Strietzel is a braided yeast pastry. Its name means "All Saints' braid" in English and it consists of flour, eggs, yeast, shortening or butter, raisins, milk, salt, and decorating sugar or poppy seeds.
The Allerheiligenberg Monastery was a catholic monastery in Lahnstein, Germany. It belonged to the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate, but from spring 2012 was no longer used.Since the end of 2014, the monastery Allerheiligenberg is privately owned.
Kloster Allerheiligen is a former Benedictine monastery in the Swiss municipality of Schaffhausen in the Canton of Schaffhausen. The church Münster Allerheiligen is the oldest building in Schaffhausen, and houses also the Museum zu Allerheiligen.
All Saints' Abbey was a Premonstratensian monastery near Oppenau in the Black Forest in Baden-Württemberg, Germany.
The All Saints Waterfalls are located in the Black Forest on the territory of the town of Oppenau in the German state of Baden-Württemberg at an elevation of about 500 m above NN. The Lierbach stream, also called the Grindenbach, cascades, as a natural waterfall, down seven steps, a total drop of 83 metres. Due to the scouring of the rocks under the cataract which have formed basin-like holes known as Gumpen or kolks), the falls are also called the Büttensteiner Waterfalls ("Tub Stone" waterfalls) or Sieben Bütten ("Seven Tubs").
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