St. Oswald Church
The south door tympanum recalls the story of the miraculous host for which this church was begun in 1384. Inside, the typical late-Gothic network vaulting has salient ribs with adornments (beaks and creepers). In the chancel, the 15C wall paintings recount the legend of St Oswald and St Mary Magdalene. On the right, a painting from 1500 depicts the miracle of the host.