The outside is very old and traditional (in a good way). Though I prefer that, I love the way they updated the interior, it is a beautifully done modern motif, in a community that still takes their faith seriously. (We were there for the Eve of All Saints and All Saints day, very neat culturally the care of cemeteries they had.)
This place spills into the "Markt" and is a great set up to see how most medieval / European cities are set up, a church attached to a place where people can gather (restaurants, etc.) Good wine around the corner.
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