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Ludwigshafen Rhine - Church Of Peace - Entrance Hall - Palatine - Germany

Church of Peace Ludwigshafen, Rhine, Palatine, Germany

The Church of Peace (Friedenskirche) and the Entrance Hall during the time of the Exposition of Barbara and Gernot Rumpf. Both showed a lot of Sculptures and as well Models of the Luther Fountain in Ludwigshafen. Sculptures with limited edition had been shown which could be bought to bring the necessary Amount for the Renovation of the Church of Peace.

The Entrance Hall Pano gives a View of the impressive, clear and modern Architecture influenced originally by the Bauhaus as already for the first Church of Peace built in 1932.

Copyright: Manfred Huchler
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10630x5315
Taken: 23/05/2012
Uploaded: 21/05/2012


Tags: ludwigshafen; rhein; rhine; church of peace; friedenskirche; ernst zinsser; gernot rumpf; barbara rumpf; max slevogt; palatine; germany; huchler; manfred huchler; bauhaus
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