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St. Benedikt´s Church

General description

The St. Benedikt church of Mals was ercted in the 8th century A.D. Its Carolingian frescoes are among the earliest murals in central Europe. Originally, St. Benedict's did not have a tower; this was probably only built in the 12th century and therefore appears somewhat oversized. 
Without doubt, however, the two portraits of the founders are the most interesting. They show the Bishop of Chur and a Franconian landlord in traditional costume. This portrait is unique in Europe, as there is no comparable representation anywhere else. 

St Benedict's Church is open to visitors from 10.12 - 04.03.
Price for visits: € 1.80 per person
No registration needed

description to arrive at destination
Approx. 100 m away from the Schleiser crossroad in Mals, there is the St. Benedict church.
Öffnungszeiten
10. December - 04. March
Sat
10:00 - 11:30
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Romanesque Day
Venosta Valley and Müstair valley are home to some of Europe's oldest churches and frescoes. On the Romanesque Day every year, these Romanesque-era cultural institutions open their gates and offer an insight into a unique culture that lasted from 700 to 1300 AD.
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