1148, Abbey church (pelgrimage church): baroque façade, rib vault, the Tomb of the Apostle, with a barefooted marble effigy of Matthias, crypt also contains two large sarcophagi inscripted with Latin names. St. Matthias Abbey Church overlooks a spacious plaza surrounded by attractive white buildings. The Romanesque church is plastered and painted white with orange accents. The Church has a "Westwork" at the end of the Westside, with a tower of blind arcades and a gallery inside. Two Roman towers in the East. The Romanesque nave has square piers and simple round arches without decoration, lit by small Windows. The church has been given the status of a basilica minor. As its exterior is graceful and thus promising, its interior was to me a let down.
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