Grossraming, Upper Austria, municipality in the district of Steyr-Land, alt. 446 m, pop. 2,817, area 107.66 km2, former iron industry town in the Ennstal valley, in the northern foothills of the Eisenwurzen mountains. - Grossraming-Reichraming run-of-river power station (built in 1950, 245,200 MWh), Austrian Limestone Alps National Park (area 1,250 km2 (since 1997). Large construction company, production of garden gnomes, wood processing, some summer tourism. - Late Gothic parish church (1513, choir 1691, enlarged in 1936) with Baroque frescoes from the school of B. Altomonte (1759), bell (1522); museum of horse carriages, coaches and sleighs. - Monument to the geologist L. von Buch in Pechgraben (unusual granite deposit between at the transition area between the Lime Stone Alps and the Flysch zone; Buchdenkmal.
Literature#J. Ofner, Grossraming, Geschichte einer Bergbauerngemeinde im Ennstal, 1975.