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Church Moldenit Front Door
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The St. Jakobus Church in Moldenit was originally build in the 12th century. It was possibly a smaller chapel in the beginning and later expanded as a full church. It is mainly romanesque style with walls as 1.3 Meter thick.


The church tower was first mentioned in 1568 and in 1772 rebuild.

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Taken: 19/08/2011
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Tags: st. jakobus; church; kirche; moldenit; 12th century; old; protestant; indoor; altar; jesus
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