This is one of my favorite churches in Germany, and I am an old church buff. The chapel itself was once a monastery church and the attached Turn u. Taxis palace originally served as the monastery proper. It has served as the private chapel of the resident family since the property was given to them after the church properties were seized during the early days of the Bavarian monarchy.
The decorations are quite impressive and two relic bodies are displayed for veneration. The ceiling frescoes are particularly spectacular. I really enjoy visiting here because it is always empty. It is off the tourist track, and easy to miss with its unassuming exterior, but well worth the effort to find and visit when in Regensburg.
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