Roßholzen Things to Do
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According to written sources there was already a church here in the 8th century. The current church dates back to the 15th century. In the mid 18th century the church was changed to a baroque interior. But you can also see early rokoko decorations. This church used to be a pilgrimage church that's why it became rich which shows in the decorations.
The new altars and the pulpit are from between 1725 till 1755. There are some left-overs from the late Gothic altars though. The figures from the Gothic times were used on the new baroque high altar. There are still 4 reliefs of the holy Bartholomew from around 1510.
The second photo shows the altars, the third the organ, the forth the pulpit and the fifth the war memorial.Related to:
- Religious Travel
The whole Samerberg is a hiking area, so you could walk here along hiking paths or side roads.
Rossholzen can easily be reached by car from the Inn valley from the turn-off between Neubeuern and Nussdorf am Inn or from Toerwang on Samerberg along the main road.Related to:
- Road Trip
Favorite thing: From behind the church you have a lovely view of the mountains across the Inn valley. That is if the weather is clear, you will look towards the famous Wendelstein. There are some great hiking opportunites around Rossholzen.