On the site of the eighth-century Benedictine cloister of St. Leodegar is the twin-transcend Hofkirche, which was reconstructed in 1634-39 however safeguarded the 1525 towers of the past chapel.
It is viewed as the most critical Renaissance church in Switzerland.
On the north pinnacle is a Late Gothic model delineating the Agony in the Garden.
Inside, the cut lectern and choir-slows down are from 1639, and in the arcades encompassing the congregation are the tombs of individuals from old Lucerne families.
Despite the fact that the general inside is basic and genuinely plain, this fair features the overflowing ornate gold sacred places. In the late spring, presentations on the congregation's well-known organ are held here.