Parish Church San Michele

Built in the 12th century, the Romanesque church for the local people was transformed in 1735 into a High Baroque light room where heaven and earth seem to come together. The round tower, also a Romanesque construction, was topped with an onion-shaped dome, the façade was decorated with spirals and statues and the interior was richly decorated with vault frescoes by Christoph Anton Mayr.


Outside, the characteristics of the Baroque period can be detected. Inside, these are elevated to reflect the Rococo period. The vault frescos in the nave are the work of Tyrolean Baroque painter Christoph Anton Mayr. In addition to the allegorical depictions of theological principles, such as the struggle of good against evil, the fresco shows scenes from the life of St. Michael, the patron saint of the church.