Klosterkirche Allerheiligen

The Church of All Saints is the former monastery church of the order of Augustinian hermits , built in 1681 by the Archbishop of Salzburg Max Gandolph together with the monastery and inaugurated in 1683. The church was built in the "Salzburg Baroque" style in black, white and gold. The high altar picture depicting the heaven of the saints dates back to 1686 and was penned by Christoph Lederwasch from Tamsweg. The altar is supported by four twisted columns, to the side are the larger-than-life figures of Saint Augustine and his mother, Saint Monica. The side altar pictures show Maria Trost and Maria vom Guten Rat. In 1806 the monastery was dissolved. After profanation, the building served as an elementary school. In the years 1979-1983 it was extensively restored. Since that time, the kindergarten and the guest house have been located behind the historic walls.

opening hours

The church can be visited from 09:00 a.m. If you are very interested, we will be happy to offer you guided tours of the city, during which you can take a closer look at the church.


The church can be visited free of charge.


One of the oldest fountains in the city is located in the center of Tittmoningen's town square in the middle of an enchanting group of houses. It shows a figure of St. Florian by the Landshut carver Hannsen Dreismich and the coat of arms of Archbishop Johann Ernst von Thun (1687-1709).

Contact details

Klosterkirche Allerheiligen
84529 Tittmoning
+49 8683 263
+49 8683 / 7339