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This abbey and church sits on a hill overlooking the town, and it looks like it isn't open. But it is and it's well worth spending a few hours to visit. The history is so interesting and both the outside and interior are magnificent. Definitely...More
We Went for an early morning walk in the park on the high ground by the castle so approached it from the back. The exterior is elegant with a magnificent tower painted in trompe-l'oeil in 1500 and now restored. The interior is a real gem....More
An unopposing church on the outside, but well worth walking inside. Magnificent frescoes on the roof and ornate altars. The carved cherubs under the pulpit are also a feature. A bit of an uphill walk from the old town for those who are less mobile.
A hidden gem. Who would have thought a small town would have such a beautiful church. The interior divides some of the churches found in big cities. If you are in Fussen do not miss an opportunity to go in.
We attended Midnight Mass here on Christmas Eve. The church was in darkness when we entered and you could only make out minimal features of the church interior. As the service progress the church was progressively lit revealing its magnificent interior features. I would recomend...More
While enjoying a winter walk in the snow in the Old Town Of Fussen one of the highlights was St. Mangs.
The amazing history goes back to St. Mang in 750 who they believe died here.
A monastery was built here by the Benedictine monks...More
This is an old Benedictine Abbey on the Lech River, just on the outskirts of the Altstadt. he abbey was apparently once the summer retreat of the Archbishop of Salzburg. This is something you just see strolling along the opposite side of the river to...More