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Zwiesel - Kirchplatz vor der St. Nikolaus Kirche

Katholische Stadtpfarrkirche „St. Nikolaus“:

Der Dom des Bayerischen Waldes

Die Kirche wurde nach einem verheerenden Brand im Jahr 1876 in den Jahren 1892 bis 1896 als dreischiffiger, neugotischer Backsteinbau erbaut. Der 86 Meter hohe Turm ist einer der höchsten Kirchtürme Bayerns. Er kann im Rahmen von Turmführungen besichtigt werden und gewährt einen herrlichen Rundblick auf Zwiesel und sein Umland. Eine weitere Besonderheit sind die atemberaubend schönen Glasfenster, die über private Stiftungen finanziert wurden. Ebenso sehenswert ist das Chorgestühl, die Pietà aus dem 16. Jahrhundert sowie die dreimanualige Orgel. Aufgrund ihrer imposanten Abmessungen nennt man die Stadtpfarrkirche auch „Dom des Bayerischen Waldes“.

Quelle: http://www.zwiesel.de/kunst-und-kultur-in-zwiesel/kirchen-kapellen.html

Copyright: H.J.Weber
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 9060x4530
Taken: 04/08/2011
送信日: 05/08/2011
更新日: 21/03/2015


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