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Collegiate Church of St. Amandus Bad Urach (1475-1501) - Late Gothic / Neo-Gothic -
Baden-Wuerttemberg

Late Gothic nave pillar basilica, built from 1475 to 1501, architect Peter von Koblenz. Neo-Gothic interior desing: from 1896 to 1901 by Heinrich Dolmetsch.

Notable features: sandstone pulpit (1501), baptismal font (1518), glass (late 15th century), prie-dieu of Count Eberhard V of Württemberg from oak wood (1472) curfew (1462, from the previous church)

Copyright: Dieter meyer
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 13382x6691
送信日: 20/04/2012
更新日: 10/07/2014
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Tags: church; collegiate church; gothic; late gothic; pier basilica; peter von koblenz; bad urach; baden-wurttemberg; germany; neo-gothic
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