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Left: View of the East End with original Romanesque towers. 1090-1103. Red Sandstone, Right: Romanensque Revival West front by Heinrich Hübsch. 1854-58. King Maximilian II had the fine eighteenth=century Baroque West front replaced with one featuring neo-Romanesque details, including lowered copper roofs. The gothic sacristy with its slate roof was retained. [Click on these images to enlarge them.]

Three-quarter view from the Northwest clearly showing the nineteenth-century Romanesque Revival additions.

Left: View of East end from the South-East. Right: The nineteenth-century façade..

Left: The interior. Right: Another view showing the side of the Romanesque Revival West front..

Romanesque Revival sculptural decorations

Left: Two small grotesques. Right: Three angels in a nineteenth-century style.. The double-headed eagles beneath them on the capitals are another anachronistic detail.

Last modified 29 October 2017