The town's main church has an attractive Gothic rib-vaulted ceiling, startling baroque altar, 14th-century frescoes and a pair of unusual tombstones sculpted in red Salzburg marble. Alongside is the solemn Kriegergedächtniskapelle (war memorial chapel) sheltering Albin Egger-Lienz’s controversial frescoes, one depicting an emaciated Jesus post-resurrection, which in 1925 so scandalised the Vatican, religious activity was banned here for the next 60-odd years. Pick up the keys hanging on the door at Pfarrgasse 13 (across the bridge behind the Kirchenwirt restaurant).