Mutters, Tyrol

Took a tram going to a small village Mutters.

Took a tram going to a small village Mutters.

The village of Mutters received connection with Innsbruck thanks to the Stubai Valley Railway in 1904.

Inside of the tram.

Inside of the tram.

Mutters tram station and the street in front of the station.

Mutters tram station and the street in front of the station.

Mutters is a municipality in the Innsbruck-Land (administrative district) in the state of Tyrol located 4.70 km south of Innsbruck. It has a population of 2,073 (in 2014)

Innsbrucker Street of Mutters; Going to the village center

Innsbrucker Street of Mutters; Going to the village center

Village Center of Mutters

Kirchplatz, village Center of Mutters

The village was first mentioned in 1100 but settlement already began approximate 3000 years ago.

Mutters Parish Church on the Kirchplatz

Mutters Parish Church on the Kirchplatz

The entrance of the parish church

The entrance of the parish church

The altar

The altar

The ceiling frescoes

The ceiling frescoes

From the parish church walking to the Dorf street.

From the parish church walking to the Dorf Street.

Dorfstraße Mutters

Dorfstraße Mutters

Dorf Street decorated with a flower

Dorf Street decorated with flowers

Flowered houses Mutters

Flowered houses Mutters

Leaving the Dorf street

Leaving the Dorf Street. After this, I walked about the village aimlessly.

Farmhouse

Farmhouse

Main industry of this village is dairy farming, however, the almost husbands work in Innsbruck and wives are in charge of agriculture.

Roadside old bread baking oven

Roadside old bread baking oven

The locals baked bread for one week or ten days at a time by this stone oven in old days.

Rural village of Mutters

Rural village of Mutters

Mutters is really peaceful and beautiful and the villagers are Friendly and helpful. Then it’s time to leave Mutters for Innsbruck City.

“Auf Wiedersehen Mutters!”

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