Church parish Saint-Martin, temple of Lutherans, French Heritage monument to Barr
The early Church remain the 4 lower levels of the tower which the ground floor arched edges certainly housed the choir, this tower probably dates from the beginning of the 4th quarter of the 12th century
* the 5th level of Gothic style was added in the 15th or 16th century
* a sacristy (?) later converted Catholic choir, Romanesque, probably late 12th century, was adjacent to the south wall of the tower and remained until the destruction of the nave in 1850
* This nave was probably redesigned or reconstructed in 1569, dubbed in 1661 and renovated in 1754
* with the reform, the Saint-Martin Church was assigned to the Lutheran cult around 1540, 1545
* between 1685 and 1828, it was mixed, then was again to the exclusive use of the protestants
* the nave and the Catholic choir were destroyed in 1850 and replaced by the current building which was opened in 1852, the plans are due to Antoine Ringeisen, architect of the borough
* the 1850 date is engraved on the West portal and on the southern corner chain is
Source: Ministry of Culture, France
Church parish Saint-Martin, temple of Lutherans, The early Church remain the 4 lower levels of the tower which the ground floor arched edges certainly housed the choir, this tower probably dates from the (...) Church parish Saint-Martin, temple of Lutherans, French Heritage monument to Barr barr, bas rhin
The complete official record is available at Région Alsace - Service de l'Inventaire du Patrimoine culturelPalais du Rhin - 2 Place de la République 67000 Strasbourg - 03.88.15.38.31
Men involved in this construction
- Ringeisen antoine (in French) architecte
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