Roemisch-katholische Kirche


Roman Catholic Church in the village of Tasch. The interior was much simpler than the Catholic Churches we had visited so far in Munich and Venice, as would be expected in the parish of a small village. The most interesting thing about this church is the beautiful cemetery in front. Rather than tombstones, each grave has a wooden-carved cross, topped by two more pieces of wood, forming a triangle - kind of like the roof of a chalet. Each marker had the deceased’s name and dates and was surrounded by personalized items - photographs, flowers, candles, memorabilia, etc.