The pilgrimage Marienberg Church is often called the pearl of the Salzach Valley. The church was rebuilt several times. Last time it was rebuilt under Abbot Emanuele II in 1760. Murals on the walls of the church were painted by Munich painter Martin Heigl. The church stands on a hill, so 50 levels must be overcome to get inside. At the center of the hall is an altar with the Miraculous Madonna of the XVII century by Johann Georg Lindt. At the beginning of the XIX century, there was an intention to close the church: part of the interior features, including the Miraculous Madonna, were sold at an auction by the order of judge Franz von Armansperg. However, local farmers locked themselves in the church in protest. As a result, King Ludwig I responded to the request of the villagers, the church service was resumed, and the Madonna was returned to its original place.