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Attendance at St.Laurenzen curch before christmas
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Die Kirche St. Laurenzen, ist die evangelisch-reformierte Pfarrkirche der Stadt St. Gallen. Der Bau der ersten Kirche wird auf die Mitte des 12. Jahrhunderts geschätzt. Die Kirche war fast dreihundert Jahre lang das politische, religiöse und gesellschaftliche Zentrum der Stadtrepublik St. Gallen und hat die Geschichte der Stadt nachhaltig geprägt. Noch heute ist sie der Versammlungsraum der Ortsbürger der Stadt.


Die Kirche ist benannt nach dem Märtyrer Laurentius von Rom, dem sie geweiht war.

Die Kirche ist als national schutzwürdiges Bauwerk eingestuft (höchste der drei Schutzstufen), und steht als Baudenkmal von nationaler Bedeutung unter eidgenössischem Denkmalschutz.

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