Explore interesting sights in Altomünster, Germany. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 6 sights are available in Altomünster, Germany.Sightseeing Tours in Altomünster
1. Sankt Alto
The Catholic parish and former monastery church Sankt Alto and Sankt Birgitta in Altomünster, a market town in the Dachau district in Bavaria, was built in the second half of the 18th century at the site of a Romanesque building from the 13th century. The Church is consecrated to St. Alto, a hermit that is said to have founded a monastery in Altomünster after the legend around 760 in Altomünster, and the St. Birgitta of Sweden, the founder of the order of Redeemer. The church is one of the last large sacred buildings of Rococo, the ceiling frescoes by Joseph Mages (1728–1769) and Jakob Rauch's stucco decor are already at the transition to classicism. Most altarpieces were also carried out by Joseph Mages, the altars and the carving figures mostly come from Johann Baptist Straub (1704–1784). The municipality has been supervised by priests of the Teutonic Order for many years.
2. Gasthof Kapplerbräu
The Kapplerbräu Brauereigasthof is an inn with a brewery in the Altomünster market in Upper Bavaria. The baroque building with its curly gable was built at the upper market of the town at the end of the 17th or early 18th century. The Altomünster brewery museum was opened in 1985 in the associated former brewery and male building.
3. Mariä Himmelfahrt
The Church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary is a church in the district of Oberzeitlbach in the municipality of Altomünster in the district of Dachau, Bavaria. The church, dedicated to the Mother of God, has always belonged to the parish of Altomünster. It is listed as a registered monument with the file number D-1-74-111-50.
4. Sankt Laurentius
The St. Laurentius branch church is located in the Pfaffenhofen district of the Altomünster market town in the Dachau district (Bavaria). In this church there is a rare relic from the Roman period, the so -called Römerstein. The church is a registered monument with the file number D-1-74-111-56 and is listed.
The Calvary Chapel is located on a steep hill east of the market town of Altomünster in the district of Dachau (Bavaria). It is the only place of worship in the district of Dachau that has a "Holy Staircase". Together with the Stations of the Cross, it is a listed building.
The Catholic Loreto chapel in Altomünster in the Dachau district in Bavaria is a chapel building that was built in 1737, which - together with the surrounding old cemetery surrounded - is listed in the Altomünster monitor list.
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