Church, temple, French Heritage monument to Berstett
The rectangular nave, two spans of arched Windows, is capped. The painting of the ceiling subwoofers has been removed. The organ Loft is based on two wooden columns. A triumphal arch in arches mark the entrance of the choir vaulted full cradle hanger. It ends in a semicircular apse skewed, covered by a vault apse. The former Bell Tower has been preserved on two levels. At the base, it rests on a molded Base. A departure from pillars is still visible against the apse. A corner-stone is decorated with an incised mask. The primitive Church of the 12th century, it remains the base of the tower and the apse. A few corner stones were reused during the construction of the nave, dated 1728 on the lintel of the North Gate. The upper part of the Bell Tower dated 1742 (on the North window). The cemetery surrounding the temple was moved to 1882. A few tombs of the 19th century have been preserved. An inscription on the organ gallery the restoration of the building in 1913 under the leadership of architect H Solomon, and the damage caused by lightning in 1927.
Source: Ministry of Culture, France
Church, temple, The rectangular nave, two spans of arched Windows, is capped. The painting of the ceiling subwoofers has been removed. The organ Loft is based on two wooden (...) Church, temple, French Heritage monument to Berstett berstett, bas rhin
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