Ulrichsberg Mountain, Carinthia, 1,015 m, isolated mountain at the western edge of the Zollfeld plain, north of Klagenfurt; documented mention as Mons Carantanus in the Middle Ages, as "Kernberg" ("Carinthian Mountain") in 1485. Scattered prehistoric finds. The summit was probably the site of a temple (1st century A.D.) of Isis-Noreia. Location of extensive hilltop settlement with early Christian church during Late Antiquity (5th /6th century); destroyed by Slavs around 600. Finds: remains of antique temple, early Christian church and late Roman buildings; statuette of Apollo (today in the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna), inscription dedicated to Isis-Noreia in the ruins of the medieval church; small finds in the Carinthian provincial museum in Klagenfurt. Ulrichsberg Mountain is one of the stations of the Vierberge-Wallfahrt (Four-Mountain Pilgrimage).
Literature: H. Kerschbaum, Der Ulrichsberg, 1934; R. Egger, Der Ulrichsberg, 1949; H. Gerndt, Vierbergelauf, 1973.