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Kilianskirche Mundelsheim Empore
Baden-Wuerttemberg

The St. Kilian's Church from the gallery. Taken on Sunday, 4th September 2011 The wall painting dates back to the Middle Ages. Probably from the year 1450 AD. Rediscovered and restored 1892. They show various biblical stories. Jesus' birth, fleeing to Egypt in 12 years as a temple. The Last Judgement. The Ten Commandments.

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