The two dome towers of the Gleifkirche look down from the hill of the same name.
The Gleifkirche towers over Eppan, standing on a green hill and partly hidden by bushes. It marks the end of the Passionsweg (Passion Path) leading up the Kalvarienberg, also called Gleifhügel. From the church, you can enjoy a stunning view of the village. Construction work on the Gleifkirche started in 1716, and the church is dedicated to the Dolorous Mother. Two small dome towers on the facade give this place of worship its distinctive look. The inside of the church features a groined vault and stucco decorations.