Basilica of st martin

Meisterlich um die Westfassade arrangiert, verzaubert sie mit - der Legende nach - 6.666 Pfeifen Betrachter wie Zuhörer. Bei ihrem Spiel erklingen Pauken und Glocken, sogar ein Kuckucksruf. Unvergleichlich aber ist die geheimnisumwobende Vox Humana, die menschliche Stimme.

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Virtueller Rundgang von Weingarten: www.panoramarundblick.de/wgt/Muensterplatz.html
Quelle: www.weingarten-online.de
Fotografieren genehmigt von Landesbetrieb Vermögen und Bau Baden Württemberg - Amt Ravensburg -

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Copyright: Thomas Keller
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 9640x4820
Taken: 23/09/2011
送信日: 07/01/2012
更新日: 25/03/2015


Tags: weingarten; gabler orgel; empore; pfeifen; barock; sakral; podest; dirigentenpodest; kirche; kloster; abt; oberschwaben; joseph gabler; barockorgel; kuckucksruf; vox humana; westfassade; pauken; glocken; basilika; st martin
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