Easter grave in Patsch
Easter Exhibition - on display as of Tuesday after Palm Sunday The History of the Easter Sepulcher The Holy Sepulcher in Patsch dates back to the year 1767 and was created by the famous painter Johann Joachim Pfaundler (1723-1811). Pfaundler was both painter and parish priest. From 1763 until his death he was trustee in Schöner. He created the Sepulchers in Schöner, Telfes, Fulpmes and Patsch. But only the ones in Schönberg, Telfes and Patsch have survived. The Holy Sepulcher in Patsch is one of the few which still shows almost all of the pictures of that time. It consists of three wings which measure 8.5 m x 6.5 m and cover the entire Presbytery.