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Stuttgart-Gaisburg - Protestant parish church (1913) / gas boiler (1929) -

Protestant parish church in Stuttgart-Gaisburg (Germany). Built in 1913 by Martin Elsaesser (1884-1957). Neo-baroque central building with art deco features.

In the "lower village" 1875 a gas factory for Stuttgart was built. 1929 here a big gas tank was built. Although the gas tank ist nearly 20 meters below then the church, he dominates the churchtower nearly 40 meters and became the new landmark of Gaisburg. In 1949 these boilers was rebuilt an is now - as the Church is - a listed building.

Copyright: Dieter Meyer
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 13380x6690
Taken: 05/08/2007
Uploaded: 16/05/2012
Updated: 06/01/2019


Tags: church; protestant; parish church; neo-baroque; gaisburg; gas boiler; stuttgart; baden-wurttemberg; germany
More About Stuttgart

Stuttgart is the city between forests and vineyards. Stuttgart is domicile of important industrial concerns, venue of large sporting events and has many cultural facilities.

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