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The church is first mentioned in the 13th century. In 1615 burned down, was rebuilt in early Baroque style between 1628-1632. In r.1778 was deconsecrated and together with the college began r.1779 serve in the military. The adjoining the Jesuit College is a late Renaissance building from 1595 to 1605. In r.1779 was adjusted to a barracks for 200 years closed to the public, including the church ( because of the small space often called a chapel ). In 1995 he moved objects to the City. In the Jesuit college currently houses the National Museum. Disabled access.
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