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When we visited it was inaccessible and barricated (guess due to extermination of bugs). 1630, Former Jesuit church with konvent building facing north. In 1863 a fire destroyed the Church almost completely. Rebuilt, 1874 consacredted. Early Baroque façade, beautiful portal with doors from 1781. None...More