As others have mentioned, we had a little trouble finding Alte Kapelle. It's just around the corner from the more-visited St. Peter's - some tourist maps have it labelled but it still wasn't obvious. (I'll post a picture of the outside - that might help a little.) It is true that they have the sanctuary protected by heavy gates but it is an amazing example of Baroque style and quite a contrast to the dark simplicity of St. Peter's. I spent a couple of Euros on a little booklet about its history which is fascinating. It existed as far back as 875 AD but was completely transformed in the 18th century when Rococo was much in fashion. It won't take long and I think it was definitely worth our stop.
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