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Cloister of the Augustinian Church Landau i.d.Pfalz (15th/18th century) - Late Gothic/Baroque
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Monastery Church of the mendicant Augustinian monks. Built in the early 14th Century (reduction Gothic).

Mid-15th Century created to the north of the church followed by a late-Gothic cloister. This is in the 2nd Half of the 18th Century baroque expanded.

Heavy bomb damage to the 03/16/1945. Restoration of the Church: 1955. Reconstruction of the east wing of the cloister: 1988.

Copyright: Dieter meyer
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 13370x6685
Uploaded: 15/05/2012
Updated: 10/07/2014
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Tags: church; mendicants; cloister; late gothic; baroque; rhineland-palatinate; landau; germany
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