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Maria de Victoria Church, Ingolstadt

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  • Hands down this is the best place to visit in Ingolstadt, but it's also one of the most beautiful churches in Germany. Tucked away on a small street in the old town, from the outside you would never b...  more »
  • The church features a fascinating fresco inspired by Italian artists and imported across the Alp by the Asam Brothers.  more »
  • Have not deprived of course this trinket my girlfriend during a private tour of the city! We arrived shortly before the end of the opening hours and the Lady at the counter was kind enough to give us even a little tour and to tell us the fresco. An absolutely stunning work of art! Fact is, who visited Ingolstadt and not look at this church, and in particular the ceiling fresco, missed one of the beindruckensden works of the world.
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  • The exterior insignificant not mislead: for fans of Rococo and especially of the works of Asam, of course delighted eyes with the magnificent ceiling fresco, accompanied by the fine altar statues and a curious monstrance (in the lean-to to the right of the entrance) shaped Venetian galley, to commemorate the victorious battle of Lepanto.
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