St. Moritz Church
The church of St. Moritz belonged to a monastery of the Augustinian hermits, which was founded there in the 13th century. The altars (17th century) are particularly famous. The main altar is a work of art by the Spring brothers (1603).
March 8, 2021
The rather sober facade does not let guess the richly decorated interior. The gabled facade of the church has a portico of sixteen arches surmounted by a half-timbered gallery. The church has three naves. The interior of an abundant baroque is striking for its richness. The central nave is made up of four spans supported by sturdy columns. It ends with an imposing apse with a huge Mannerist style altarpiece.
January 2, 2022
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