From this point you can discover frescoes, capitals and portals from different epochs.
On the left is the fresco of Saint Michael (1), Seelenwäger (Soul Weigher) from 1350; next to it a pictorial account on the occasion of the death of Emperor Maximilian I (2) (1519). Right in front of you, the fresco painting (3) on the pillar (from around 1600) was restored in 2003.
The twelve apostle crosses can still be seen on the pillars in the main nave. They represent Saint Paul’s idea of the Church.
Along the columns you can admire the variety of different capitals, especially the Dragon Capital (4) from 1240, next to the pulpit.
Finally, you can see three portals from this position (left to right):
- the Renaissance portal (5) in the tower chapel (around 1600)
- opposite the viewer the Romanesque portal (6) (around 1220) where this walk began
- the very small Gothic portal (7) (around 1480) to the right of the pulpit