Turning and facing the church exit, notice the largest playable Baroque organ (1) of Austria, built in 1714 by J. Sieber. The organ has three manuals and one pedal, forty registers and a melodious detached console.
The Holy Ghost Hole (2) is situated above the organ. The red tongues of fire refer to the miracle fo Pentecost.
The Gothic vault (3) is remarkable. The irregularity in some columns is presumably because the church was built on a field of building remains dating to an earlier time.
From this standpoint you also have an overview of the different gravestones of significance:
from left to right:
- The obelisk sarcophagus (4) with lions‘ heads
- on the pillar before you the upright gravestone of the family Liechtenstein (5) (1548)
- below the pulpit the gravestone (6) of a child (1619)
- vis-à-vis the entrance to the pulpit the oldest stone (7) from 1341