St. Maria (Frauenberg)
The Catholic branch church of St. Maria in Frauenberg , a district of the Upper Bavarian municipality of Maisach in the Fürstenfeldbruck district , was opened in the 12th and 13th centuries. Century erected. The church at Kirchbergstrasse 7, on a small hill in the middle of the cemetery, is a protected architectural monument .
The small Romanesque choir tower with a saddle roof tower was redesigned in Baroque style around 1770 . The building has retained its medieval character , except for the windows that were enlarged in the 17th century and provided with a retracted round arch . The original groin vault is present in the choir . The nave is closed off by a baroque needle cap barrel.
The equipment consists of a high altar from the 17th century with the sculptures of the apostles Peter and Paul . The seated Mother of God in the shrine was created at the end of the 15th century. The side altars and the lay chairs are dated around 1770.
- Georg Dehio : Handbook of German Art Monuments - Bavaria IV - Munich and Upper Bavaria . 2nd edition, Deutscher Kunstverlag , Munich 2002, ISBN 3-422-03010-7 , p. 296.
- Volker Liedke, Peter Weinzierl: District Fürstenfeldbruck (= Bavarian State Office for Monument Preservation [Hrsg.]: Monuments in Bavaria . Volume I.12 ). Karl M. Lipp Verlag, Munich 1996, ISBN 3-87490-574-8 , p. 158 .