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Siegburg, St. Servatius
Germany

St. Servatius was finished at about 1169. Since then several changes have been made to the church. To the right of the church you can see the Siegburg pottery. In medieval times Siegburg was famous for its sintered stoneware. Stoneware vessels from Siegburg were sold all over Europe.

Copyright: Carsten t. rees
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Uppladdad: 17/09/2011
Uppdaterad: 05/08/2014
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Tags: siegburg; st. servatius; church; parish; medieval; potterie; stoneware
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