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Old Parish Church of Desselbrunn

Special features

The foundation of Desselbrunn´s parish church is dating back to Emperor Joseph II, a son of the Empress Maria Theresia.




The wonderful church in late Gothic style is well-preserved. It´s precious pointed windows were modified later and decorated in a different way. The mighty tower was covered by a saddleback roof which was replaced by a lovely onion-shaped tower during the Baroque period. In the southern entrance area you find a wonderful, hand-forged railing.

Among the most remarkable possessions in the church´s interior is the one-nave hall in Gothic style. The giant triumphal arch connects the altar area with the main nave boasting a fantastic rib vault. An infinite number of wonderful pointed arches in the west-facing galleries rank among the church´s highlights.

In 1802 the two-story high altar was redecorated by adding Baroque-style columns created by Joachim Ertl, a sculptor from Lambach.

Since 1990 the old parish church is used as the town´s chapel and mortuary.

Contact

Old Parish Church of Desselbrunn
Nr. 37
4693 Desselbrunn

Phone: +43 7673 3713
Fax machine: +43 7673 3713-20
E-Mail: gemeinde@desselbrunn.ooe.gv.at

Contact person
Gemeindeamt Desselbrunn

We speak the following languages

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Desselbrunn

The foundation of Desselbrunn´s parish church is dating back to Emperor Joseph II, a son of the Empress Maria Theresia. The wonderful church in late Gothic style is well-preserved. It´s precious pointed windows were modified later and decorated in a different...