Roman Catholic Church in Aesch
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Roman Catholic Church in Aesch

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Until the year 1803 Aesch (was with Duggingen and Grellingen) part of the parish of St. Martin Pfeffingen.
With the arrival of the French Church is no longer what it was. Aesch was on 7 Floréal of the year 11 of the Republic (27 April 1803) to an independent Pfeffingen Succursalkirche collected.

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