The consecration of St Pantaleon's took place in October 1980, and the church became the new home of an influential cloister. The west side of this Romanesque church (966) is in the Ottonian style and comes from the architectural period before the Romanesque. In the mid-12th century, side aisles were added and in the 13th century a treasure-chamber was built, which still houses several important pieces. The shrines to St Albinus and St Maurinus are the most significant among a variety of church treasures which are on display in the chamber. Archbishop Bruno and Empress Theophanu are buried there as well.
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