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I was up early after sunrise to the castle. The church and some graves outside were a reminder of human frailty and the short temporary stay on our planet earth.
It was a day to be thankful for nature's generosity to many.
The church was open, empty and peaceful on a Sunday afternoon.
There are beautifully decorated altars and a very welcome votive candal stand. The roof is decorated and the pulpit is impressive. It is a delightful church.
Upon entering the church, there are brochures (German) explaining the history of the church and the surrounding area. There is a large seating area for the congregation, large altar and two side altars one of which has a statue of the sliver statue of the...More
We wandered in to St John's parish church on a happenstance visit to Rapperswil. The church sits just below the castle. It appears small from outside but open up to a beautifully bright house of worship. There are some beautiful images of the stations of...More
This lovely Catholic church dates from the 13th century (19th century faithful partial rebuilt) and is located next to the Rapperswil castle on the hill above the city. Don't pass it by when you leave the castle! It is worth a visit thanks to its...More