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Erntedank in Alzenaus Pfarrkirche St. Justinus

Erntedank in der Alzenauer Pfarrkirche St. Justinus

Das Barockgebäude wurde 1757 mit rotem Sandstein im Stil des, von Kurmainz beeinflussten, Kirchenbaues des Untermaingebietes, unter Mitwirkung Seligenstädter Klosterhandwerker, errichtet. Bereits 1758 wurde die Weihe vom Mainzer Weihbischof C. Nebel vorgenommen. Geweiht dem Heiligen Justinus der um 150 beim römischen Senat gegen die Christenverfolgung protestierte und unter Kaiser Mark Aurel enthauptet wurde.


Copyright: Ackermann, Michael
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10000x5000
Taken: 11/10/2012
Uploaded: 14/10/2012
Updated: 02/04/2015


Tags: pfarrkirche; erntedank; maertyrer st. justinus; unterfranken; germany
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