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The Asam Church Maria de Victoria is closed for renovation.
Without a forecourt or towers and somewhat hidden away in the Old Town, the true magnificence of the Baroque Asam Church Maria de Victoria lies in its stunning interior. Two exceptionally valuable artistic treasures adorn this architectural gem, which was built between 1732 and 1736 as the oratory of the Marian student congregation. The Incarnation of the Lord is the subject of the phenomenal ceiling fresco that was painted by Cosmas Damian Asam, the most well-known Bavarian artist of the Baroque era, at the height of his creativity. This perspectival masterpiece, which measures 30 metres by 15 metres, can be best appreciated by walking around beneath it.
Another valuable artefact is the Lepanto Monstrance, which was completed in 1708 and stands in the treasure chamber. This filigree work of art, set in gold and silver, represents the Christians' victory over the Turks in the sea battle of Lepanto - the unique portrayal of a combat on the world's most valuable monstrance.
Between April and October, there is a popular concert series every Sunday at noon in the Asam Church Maria de Victoria.