Jesuit church

Interesting
This vast church (1667-1677) has a simple façade surrounded by two high towers with a bulbous belltower. Inside, vaults are covered with frescos and the main altar is decorated with a giant retable in pink marble; the stucco in the main nave are of Rococo inspiration (1750). Nicolas de Flüe, the only Swiss saint, rests in the second chapel on the left.

Useful information

Adresse : 

Bahnhofstr.

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