The bell tower of this 13th-century Gothic church, remodeled during the baroque era, is known locally as “Altes Peter” (Old Pete). You get a splendid view from the top, but you have to climb (and climb and climb) 306 steps to see it. The interior of the church contains baroque-era sculptures, frescoes, and a bizarre relic in the second chapel (on the left): the gem-studded skeleton of St. Mundita, who stares at you with two false eyes in her skull.