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Built at the start of the 15th century in the Gothic style, the frescoes in the church are by Johannes of Bruneck and date from around 1420. The crypt of the Ursuline Church is the oldest part of the entire cloister building and dates from the period around 1410; the crypt space is almost empty, but hugely atmospheric – sanctified by centuries of the silence of the dead.
1742: passed on to the Ursulines as Convent church. Around the mid 18th century restructured in baroque style.
1880-81: restructured in gothic style. It owes its present pleasing appearance to the restoration work in 1893.
The Ursuline "Holy Saviour" Church is situated in the west end of the old part of Bruneck (Stadtgasse).