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Pfarrkirche San Vintschegn in Pleif, Vella
Grisons

Die Kirche von Pleif ist das älteste Gotteshaus des Tales (val lumnezia). Urkundlich erwähnt wird sie erstmals im karolingischen Urbar von ca. 840 als "ecclesia plebeia", die dem Hl. Vincentius geweiht ist. Der erste Bau war eine karolingische Dreiabsidenkirche. 

http://www.pleiv-vella.ch/Historia_GESCHICHTE.917.0.html

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