The Church of St. Anna and St. Joachim is similar to many Capuchin churches built in Tyrol in the 17th century. The nave is square and has a barrel vault. On the northern side a square-shaped side chapel has been added. The long chancel is divided into two rooms by a high altar that mostly reaches to the ceiling. The room behind the altar was originally reserved for the monks.
A small window opening in the altar table makes it possible to see through and thus participate in the Mass. Side altars are set against the triumphal arch walls. The main altar and the two side altars are Baroque and date from the 17th century.
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