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Former Dominican church of St. Paul in Esslingen a. N. (13th century) - Early Gothic -

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The church of the formr Dominican monastery in Esslingen was ordained in 1268 by Albertus Magnus. As a three-aisled, cross-vaulted columned basilica she embodies the ideal of church-building the first heyday of the mendicant order and is also one of the earliest Gothic churches in Germany.

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And there we must leave you, O my most pure and holy children.

Text by Steve Smith.

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