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Katholische Filialkirche St. Ulrich

Katholische Filialkirche St. Ulrich

The church consists of an unoccupied choir with a yoke and three octagonal sides at the end.

Building: The choir arch is equipped with a Gothic ribbed cross vault. The nave is decorated with a flat wooden ceiling. On the south side is the sacristy with ribbed cross vault, which was added later. The tower stands on the west side of the nave. Half of it protrudes into the church and is set off twice square with pointed arched sound openings and a modern pointed spire.
High altar: The high altar, built around the middle of the 17th century, is surrounded by two columns entwined with vines. Instead of an altarpiece, in the middle of the altar stands the late Gothic wooden figure of St. Ulrich (around 1480). In the nave there is also the figure of St. Leonhard as well as a late baroque figure of St. Sebastian. The baroque pulpit consists of a polygonal body and corner columns.
Patrocinium: 4 July

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