St Margareth, Bayrischzell

For reasons, I’ve spent most of the weekend in Bayrischzell, a little village near the Austrian border, reading up on Metabiota, PREDICT and other matters related to the origins of SARS-2 and biolabs in Ukraine.

Perhaps, while I assemble my thoughts, you’ll enjoy some pictures of the village church, St Margareth, in the beautiful afternoon sunlight.

I believe the tower is medieval, but the church was otherwise constructed in the eighteenth century.

The high altar was borrowed from the prior building and is a little older.

At the bottom of this photo of the ceiling fresco, you can see a small depiction of St Margareth itself, wherein we must imagine this fresco is also to be found. Infinite recursion.

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