Asamhof Floor Decoration

The floor of the Asamhof has an interesting decoration. One is a floor plate dedicated to the Asam Brothers. The have build the nearby church. The second floor decoration is the scale of a sundial. You can see a white line of it at the opening view of the panorama. See a second panorama of the sundial here.


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