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Christkatholische Kirche St Peter und Paul
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An der Rathausgasse 2 gleich neben dem gotischen Rathaus finden sie unsere neugotische Kirche, die 1858-64 erbaut wurde und als bedeutendes Bauwerk dieser Periode gilt. Aus der Jugendstilepoche stammen die Deckenmalereien und die farbigen Fenster. Der Chorraum wurde 1998 neu gestaltet. Die Kirche dient dem christkatholischen Bischof der Schweiz als Bischofskirche. Im Chor ist darum der Bischofsstuhl aufgestellt

Die Kirchgemeinde der diese Kirche gehört ist eine lebendige und offene christkatholische Glaubensgemeinschaft.

Copyright: Peter feenstra
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 7800x3900
Hochgeladen: 16/12/2012
Aktualisiert: 26/01/2013
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Tags: church; old-catholic; bern; cathedral; monument; berne; christkatholisch; peter; paul; kathedrale
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