Artstetten-Poebring, Lower Austria, market town in the district of Melk, alt. 395 m, pop. 1,170, area 27.28 km2, north of Poechlarn. - Artstetten Palace with its 6 Renaissance towers was acquired by the Emperor Franz I in 1823 and came into the possession of Archduke Franz Ferdinand in 1896, who was buried with his wife Sophie in the tomb of the Palace's parish church (designed in 1909, with painting by Kremser Schmidt and objects from Franz Ferdinand's possessions). The Archduke Franz Ferdinand Museum has now been integrated into the Palace, which is now owned by Franz Ferdinand's descendants.