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Rococo renovation (circa 2007) matches the Wilten Basilica across the road. It was regrettable that the iron screens were closed when I visited, so I didn't get clear photos. Conveniently located either for the Red tourist hop-on-hop-off bus and/or the Western Innsbruck mainline station (8-10...More
We were interested in seeing this church because we knew itheavily was one of the best examples of late-Baroque architecture done by the famous Court Architect George Anton Gumpp whose ancestral home we had seen in Innsbruck. We also knew that it had been heavily...More
Many churches are rather plain on the outside but stunning once you get inside. I think this church is adorable on the outside, the colors are cute and the shape is aesthetically pleasant. I didn't get to go completely inside this one, as the gates...More
On the day of our visit we could only go as far as the entrance as there were large ornate iron gates barring our way, but from what we could see was absolutely beautiful. Heavily decorated in black marble and gold the religious symbols just...More
I have seen them all in Innsbruck and I find this church stunning. I have also traveled around Europe to many many cities and I find this church visually exciting.
Black stone with gold outlay and a depth perception for the alcove above the altar...More