Church of St. Peter and Paul Hopfen am See Germany
The Church of St. Peter and Paul is the parish church of the parish of Hopfen am See. It was probably built in the 11th century in Romanesque style. At the tower, with its gabled roof, the meter-thick walls, small windows that are shaped like loopholes and Romanesque columns testify to the sound holes. 1434 the Gothic nave was built. From this period frescoes that were uncovered during renovation work in 1938 originate. A fresco shows the dragon fight of Saint George. A Gothic altar with wooden figures of St.. Peter and St. Paul received the church about 1500. Around 1690 (date of the church door), she was fitted with Baroque altars, it was followed in 1746 and 1747 a stucco decoration by Joseph Fischer from Fussen-Faulenbach._
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