This late baroque Jesuit church was built in 1629 and has an ornate galleried interior. There is a mausoleum to the rear which contains the coffins of the Electors Palatine, the king makers of early Germany. These electors, like Count Palatine of the Rhine, were members of the electoral college of the Holy Roman Empire and elected the emperors, while being dynastic princes themselves.
St Andreas is a beautiful and unique church in Dusseldorf's Altstadt (old city). Its unusual baroque architecture is painted a bright yellow, making it easy to spot and a good landmark. This church was completed in 1629 and is important because it is a stunning example of baroque-era architecture in Germany.