Johanniskirche is situated at the end of the Innrainallee, in the historic centre of Innsbruck. The magnificent parish church was constructed by Anton Gumpp from 1729 onwards. The large entrance hall dates back to 1750. Especially remarkable is the beautiful fresco by Josef Schöpf and two statues by the artist Johann Jenewein Lechleitner. The interior is dominated by Roccoco decor. The elevated altar is also decorated by a wooden statue of Saint Johann Nepomuk by Lechleitner.
Attractions & Landmarks, Religious
- Nearest Train: Marktplatz: Tram 1, 3, 6