St-Ignatius-Kirche marks the transition from rococo to neoclassicism.
Museum für Antike Schiffahrt
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Kapuzinerstrasse 36 · interesting places nearby
Dating from 1773, this church marks the transition from rococo to neoclassicism – the baroque baldachin (over the altar) and organ sit in a space defined by Corinthian columns and a neoclassical dome.