Damenstiftskirche St. Anna
It was commissioned in the 18th century by Elector Charles Albert (later the Emperor Charles VII) and the cornerstone was laid in 1733. A monastery in the legal form of a chapter of nuns was set up. The architect was Johann Baptist Gunetzrhainer, while the Asam brothers were responsible for the interior. The women's collegiate church was consecrated in 1735.
Since this time, daily Mass has been offered in the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite, at the Chapel exclusively.
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