kerk st-Gerlach

Deze 17e eeuwse kerk staat in Houthem, niet ver van Valkenburg a/d Geul. De kerk werd gebouwd tussen 1720 en 1735. De fresco's op de muren dateren van 1751 en zijn in moeizame handarbeid aangebracht door J.A.Schöpf. Bekijk ook eens www.st-gerlacht.nl

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送信日: 07/06/2011
更新日: 12/08/2014


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