When we visited it was inaccessible and barricated (guess due to extermination of bugs). Founded in 1629 as a Jesuit Gymnasium. Built in 1662-1664, style attributes of late Renaissance and early Baroque. 1961-1962 Northern construction. Decoration: at the second floor the in 1963 restored Auditorium, former congregation Hall, with ceiling frescoes (Innozenz Anton Warathi) and 1730-1735 rich stucco (concert hall). At the foot of the building at the Foundation at the Salzach side flood-marks.
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