The Heiligkreuz Church near Hasle was built in 1588 at the location where in 1344 Johannes von Aarwangen, a Cistercian brother from the monastery of St. Urban, had built a chapel and a hermit's house. It received its present appearance in 1753/1754 when architect Jakob Singer added a confessional and a tower to the originally late Gothic chapel and redesigned the interior in the Rococo style. The frescoes on the walls were discovered during restorations in 1976.
Wallfahrtskirche Heiligkreuz
Wallfahrtskirche Heiligkreuz
Wallfahrtskirche Heiligkreuz
Wallfahrtskirche Heiligkreuz
Wallfahrtskirche Heiligkreuz - interior
Wallfahrtskirche Heiligkreuz - interior
Wallfahrtskirche Heiligkreuz - interior
Wallfahrtskirche Heiligkreuz - interior
Wallfahrtskirche Heiligkreuz with the frescos uncovered in 1976
Wallfahrtskirche Heiligkreuz with the frescos uncovered in 1976
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