Sasendorf branch church

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Catholic branch church hl. Erasmus in Sasendorf

The Roman Catholic branch church Sasendorf stands alone in the northwest of Sasendorf in the market town of Hafnerbach in the district of St. Pölten-Land in Lower Austria . The church, consecrated to St. Erasmus of Antioch , belongs to the Melk deanery in the diocese of St. Pölten . The branch church is a listed building .


The church was officially built by Stephan Uttendorfer in 1495 using funds left in his will. The roof turret was put on in 1898.


The uniform late Gothic church building under a gable roof with a retracted choir carries a roof turret with a pointed helmet over the western front. The three-bay nave has a ribbed vault from the end of the 15th century. The two-axis late Gothic west gallery was transferred here from the parish church in Neumarkt an der Ybbs in 1992/1993 .


The altars were transferred here from the secular chapel of Hohenegg Castle in 1786 .


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Coordinates: 48 ° 13 ′ 20.7 "  N , 15 ° 31 ′ 22.8"  E