Loretto Geistliches Zentrum St. Blasius, Salzburg

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  • At the end of the Getreidgasse is this small 15th-century church dedicated to Saint Blaise, and where there are some works and some fresco dating from the 15th-16th centuries. The Church is quite "tetra", not very bright and can be visited only behind uan cancelled that preserves the small aisle. Nothing artistically interesting but in Salzburg, made a couple of exceptions, there are no memorable churches
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  • Sankt Blasius Kirche is a dark and sinister church - almost a cave with not much to see - but please keep your complaints to yourself when you enter: People actually pray here.  more »
  • You can see when you get to the end of geitreidegasse, you can get in but you have to stay in the back of the church because the main building is closed by a gate, feature I found in at least 2 other churches in the city. Dark and without any special insights.
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  • While walking in Salzburg you will find many such churches. Nicely built and looks great with a fantastic blue sky.
  • I pretty love the view of the church from the Getreigasse street!
  • Small church but snug.
  • Open daily from 7.30 a.m. to 7.30 p.m. No visits during mass!
  • The Church of St. San Biagio. Civil, i.e. the municipal hospital was built in 1327. The hospital has offered shelter for the sick and the wounded. Townspeople donate food for the running of the hospital, but only when it will be called "civil hospital". The Church, built in the year 1330, he was closely associated with the hospital. The Church is the old, plain, no one knows who built it, has strong Gothic feel. Two rosettes, carved work, Crucifixion scenes and other decorations were added in the 19th century. century in accordance with the Gothic tradition. In the Interior of the Church is a beautiful altar, but just to the left of it is the Tabernacle which was carved and gold flashed and served as a repository for the remains. It is dated to the year 1460. It is a beautiful gothic relic on the territory of Austria. Please leave time during the mass for the prayers of others. The Church is interesting, and this place for a little meditation.
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