Asamkirche Maria de Victoria, or the Church of Asam brothers is the real decoration of Ingolstadt. It is often called a baroque jewel box. The first stone of its foundation was laid in 1732. Noticeable from the outside, it startles with the Baroque style inside with paintings by Damian Asam. His brother, architect Egid Quirin Asam, also participated in the construction and interior decoration of the church, which was named in their honor. The brothers are the most prominent representatives of the German late Baroque.
Another church by the brothers, similar to Asamkirche Maria de Victoria, is located in Munich. The world's largest mural is in the church on a straight surface (about 500 sq. M), depicting the resurrection of Christ, with a lot of bogus typical of Baroque art (trompe l'oeil). The church is decorated with luxurious, striking decoration and an abundance of fine details in the rococo style. In the sacristy of Asamkirche there is a treasure trove, the most valuable item of which is the gilded silver monstrance - piece of jewelry of the Southern Germany Baroque, the most expensive in the world.