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The Cathedral of Arlesheim
Switzerland

The Cathedral of Arlesheim


The Roman Catholic parish of Arlesheim is the landmark of the village and an important work of art of baroque architecture and interiors. Together with the former canons, he is a generous overall plant, which was set in the 1680s increased slightly on a green meadow beside the small village of Arlesheim. The size, the opulent furnishings and the shape of the choir and not least the name to show "Dom" that the original purpose of the building was not a parish church.

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