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St. Leodegar Church - Interior
Switzerland
St. Leodegar Church is located in Luzern, Switzerland, was founded in the middle-eighth century, part of a German Renaissance monastery destroyed by fire in 1633. The current church was built in parts from 1633 to 1639 in Gothic style. The interior is highly decorated in white stone with golden statues. One of the largest churches rich in art history and it is a very important landmark in the city of Luzern
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