Naters’s church - Interior

The parish church of Naters is a church in baroque style of the late Renaissance that was built in 1659-64 by Balthasar and Peter Bodmer. The dome is divided into three compartments. The main altar, along with four side altars are a set impressive.

Copyright: Luis Marques
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Uploaded: 31/08/2010
Updated: 26/08/2014


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