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Around 735/736, southern German nobles founded a small monastery at the site of today's Hof area, which was dedicated to St Mauritius. Around 1135, the autonomous monastery was attached to the Provostship of Murbach (Alsace) and St Leger was named...more
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This was one of the first Churches visited in Lucerne and worth the visit. Our approach to the church afforded an up hill look at the entrance and the two tall steeples. The interior is pretty close to what one expects for churches in Europe...More
This is a beautiful and peaceful church. It's spires dominate the Lucerne skyline so we had to visit and check it out. It is lovely with highly carved door that open automatically when you approach. The burials are most unique too. As we left we...More
I enjoyed visiting this church. It has some incredible marble altars and clerestory windows allow light inside, giving it a light and bright appearance. Nice detail on wooden pew ends and doors. Very ornate and inspirational, has an "All Seeing Eye" stained glass above the...More
We happened upon the church as we were walking to the Lion Monument. Very picturesque, and we decided to go inside. Imagine our surprise as the church was full of worshippers and a dozen priests were queueing up to say Mass! Turns out it was...More
This is a social area. Many people congregate on the grounds to share lunch or snacks with friends and talk. That is always great to see around a house of worship. They were testing the organ when I visited, and it sounded grand. However, I...More