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“I think you are reviewing the lutheren church” 4 of 5 stars
Review of Katholische St. Bartholomaus

Katholische St. Bartholomaus
Kirchenplatz 20, 97348 Rodelsee, Bavaria, Germany
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Ranked #5 of 13 Attractions in Rodelsee
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“I think you are reviewing the lutheren church”
4 of 5 stars Reviewed December 8, 2012

I was born in Roedelsee and the katholic church looks very different inside.There are no side-balconies,only a rear balcony.There are 2 ornate side alters.Actually-one was removed I think.The catholic church is at a different location.A little up the street and it stands on its own-surrounded by a circle of roads.That's all I have to say!!!!!

Visited June 2012
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“1783 Hall curch with a four-storey tower”
4 of 5 stars Reviewed December 27, 2011

With façade Tower, the building blocks were mainly gathered from an aborted belfry at the Schwanberg. After the 4-year construction period consecrated at Kirchweihsonntag 1783. Hall curch with a four-storey tower (architect Adam Valentin Fischer). Classic decor: 1850 altar painting on the high altar between two pillars depicting the martyrdom of Church Patron Saint Apostle Bartholomew who is tied up and two accomplices carrying sharp knives (Georg Hanftmann). Two 1894 carvings to the former side altars: Mary with the child Jesus and Joseph (M Schiestl), a 1750 plated copper monstrance with Bivalvia Rococo, 1733 large crucifix at the choir arch, 1861 fourteen stations of the way of the cross painted in Munich, offering block from the construction period of the church ( is repeatedly forced open by thieves).

Visited August 2011
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