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Trinitarian Church, Vianden
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Excellent church full of history. Wonderful stain glass windows and wonderful artefacts.. Easy access to church and very well situated in centre of Luxambourg city.
Die Kirche, der Hl. Dreifaltigkeit geweiht, wurde im 13. Jh. als eine frühgotische zweischiffige Hallenkirche errichtet. Der Kreuzgang ist kreuzrippengewölbt und besitzt eine barocke Ausstattung. Sehe... read more »Dedicated to the Church, the Holy Trinity, was built in the 13th century as a Gothic two-Aisled Hall church. The cloister is cross-ribbed vaulted and has a baroque interior. Worth seeing, the sacrament altar in the north aisle with the central figure is Madonna with child, also a 1996 built relic pillar that holds the skull of the blessed Yolanda from the Viandener counts gender. The former Baroque organ was probably built on the rear side Gallery by a monk of the viandener Trinitatierklosters. It is today the housing. Rebuilt the organ was in 1904, enlarged and transferred. By further conversion of 1953, little of the previous organ remained with the exception of the case. in 1993, the Manufacture d ' Orgues Luxembourgeoise under George Waller built an entirely new instrument, whose design and planning is aligned according to classical principles. The historic case returned to his first job, namely as a parapet.show original
Эта небольшая церковь - одна из главных готических достопримечательностей Люксембурга. Внутри алтарь в стиле рококо и ренессансная эффигия Марии Шпанхейм - последней из рода графов Виандена. К церкви ... read more »This small church is one of the main attractions of Luxembourg Gothic. Inside the altarpiece in Rococo and Renaissance effigy of Mary Španhejm-last-of-a-kind counts of Vianden. The Church is adjacent to the charming Gothic cloisters.show original
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