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Steinfeld, Carinthia, market town in the district of Spittal an der Drau, alt. 617 m, pop. 2,353, area 81.27 km2, in the Oberdrautal valley at the foot of the Kreuzeck Mountains near Grabach Gorge, Gerlamooser Klamm Gorge with waterfall. - Sports centre; furniture industry, summer tourism (19,158 overnight stays). Gold and silver mining from the 15th to the 18th century. - Gothic-Baroque St. John filial church, Calvary church (1767); Renaissance Neustein Castle (16th century); Singerhof house (16th century); Romanesque-Gothic parish church (first documented mention 1267) in Radlach with frescoes from the 13th and 15th century; Romanesque filial church with frescoes by Thomas von Villach (around 1570-1580); ruins of Rottenstein castle. Local custom: Masked dance called "Maschkerertanz" on Faschingsonntag (last Sunday of Carnival).
Literature: M. Maierbrugger, Steinfeld. Ein Heimatbuch, 1977.