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Ludwigshafen Rhine - Church Of Peace - Max Slevogt Room - Palatine - Germany
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Church of Peace Ludwigshafen, Rhine, Palatine, Germany

The Church of Peace (Friedenskirche) and the Max Slevogt Room. Max Slevogt painted in Spring 1932 the Altar Piece 'Golgatha' for the Peace of Church as a Fresko on a surface of 100 qm. He finished the Fresco in the sight of his death. The Fresco showed the human Helplessness as a 'distorted' Artwork. You can see the Picture on one of the Walls of the Max Slevogt Room. The Fresco was detroyed during the bombings of the Second World War.

The Room is used as Conference Room of the Curch. 

The Church was built 1931/32 and rebuilt between 1954 and 1956 after being damaged during the bombings of the Second World War by the Architect Professor Ernst Zinsser. Since 1992 the Church of Peace is a Protected Monument.

Copyright: Manfred Huchler
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10648x5324
Taken: 29/03/2012
Uploadet: 21/05/2012
Opdateret: 29/03/2015
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Tags: ludwigshafen; rhine; rhein; church of peace; friedenskirche; max slevogt; harry maclean; huchler; manfred huchler; golgatha
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