The Lower Town is the youngest of the three Klosterneuburger districts and forms the connecting element between the two historic settlement centers: the Upper Town (Roman fort in the abbey area from the 1st century AD) and the settlement of St. Martin (8th century AD) .). 1298 Duke Albrecht I divided the former city of Neuburg in Korneuburg (left bank of the Danube) and Klosterneuburg (right bank of the Danube) and gave Neuburch closterhalben a new city law. Klosterneuburg received its own court, the control over the Danube crossing and a weekly market. For the time being, however, the appropriate site for the Danube trade and an area for the weekly markets was missing. Therefore, soon after 1298, with the expansion of the town square, the Niedermark and the water line - through which the history trail leads - created the "Lower City".

1-2) Marktplatz, Richtplatz(Niedermarkt) - Market and place of execution

3) Hauszeichen (Niedermarkt) - house sign

4) Fasszieher (Stadtplatz) - cooper

5) Stadplatz - City Main Square

6) Wehrhof (Bachgasse) - 

7) Badstuben & Bader (Kreutzergasse) - Bath House & Doctor

8) Häuserl am Fleck (Hundskehle)

9) Hundskehle - "The Dog's Throat"

10) Lebzelter (Hofkirchnergasse) - Gingerbread Baker

11) Sebastianisäule (Kierlingerstraße) - Sebastian's Column

12) Apotheke (Stadtplatz) - Pharmacy

13) Pestsäule (Stadtplatz) - Plague Column

14) Bürgerhaus (Martinstraße) - 

15) Ledererhof, Salzstadl (Wasserzeile) Leather- & Salt production

16) Schiffsmeisterhaus (Wasserzeile) - Shipmaster's House

17) Hochwasser (Niedermarkt)  - High tide!