The family of the Counts of Werdenberg had this chapel designed in 1627 in Baroque style. The chapel became the family chapel. On the left wall beside the altar you see a family epitaph.
The bronze relief (1) shows a crucifixion group and the founding couple.
A lavish floor plate (2) marks the former entrance to the family tomb. Below the chapel lie the preserved coffins of the noble family.
The Romanesque baptismal font (3) (around 1250) is a remarkable artistic object. The red marble stone is the oldest part of this font.
To the left of the noteworthy Gothic portal (4) (around 1480) you can see the commemorative plaque of Pietro Metastasio (5) (1698-1782), whose coffin can be seen in guided tours of the crypt. Metastasio was one of the librettis of W. A . Mozart.