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The Old Fortified Church in Grossrueckerswalde (I)
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That walkway church is one of the four surviving ones of the Ore Mountains: you find the other churches in Mittelsaida, Dörnthal, Lauterbach. The mid-15th Century (after Hussite wars) is thought as development time. An exact date is not possible. -rh

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Tags: saxony; fortified church; walkway church; großrückerswalde; ore mountains
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