‪St Josef‬

חוות דעת על ‪St Josef‬, קובלנז

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gentbrugg
Moscow‪2,304 contributions‬
‪A fine example of neo-Gothic‬
יוני 2016 • לבד
‪This is a great example of the so-called French Gothic. Rather, neo-Gothic style. The Church dominates the southern part of the city. In fact, when you get to Central station by train, it's like it rises out of the city, surpassing in height all other buildings. This is not surprising as its tower has 90 meters of height. And from the station in principle, it's easy and fast to reach it on foot. About same amount of time it will take to find out which bus goes to its side.
It's the catholic church. The need for its construction came more than a century ago – in connection with the separation of the parish of St. Castor. During the war it was destroyed, and then rebuilt, but not in its original form. The interior of the church is modern, but the Germans once again prove that they know few equals in the art of stained glass windows.‬
‪Written 16 במאי 2017‬
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TheGlacierist
וינדזור, קנדה‪2,262 contributions‬
‪Interesting‬
יולי 2015 • לבד
‪It is a relatively new church and also away from the old town, but it has in interesting appearance and a particularly nice interior. If one is in the area it deserves a visit especially that it is not far from the train station.‬
‪Written 15 באוגוסט 2015‬
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vakantiejozef
Olen, Belgium‪6,113 contributions‬
‪Out of the city centre‬
מאי 2012 • זוגות
‪May 6th, 1895 its cornerstone was laid. During the tower renovation in 2009 in the ball of the towercross a document roll with a deed in Latin was found: signed by the client, former pastor and supervisory engineer Josef Dickopf and foreman Carl Rudolph and a deed of October 9th 1897 with the names of the carpenters who built the tower cross, some coins in the period currency and a newspaper “Coblenzer Volkszeitung, October 8, 1897”. The buildingworks were completed in 1897, on May 16th, 1898 a solemn consecration was held by Bishop Dr. Felix Korum from Trier. 19 July 1944 heavy bombing in the Koblenz’ southern suburbs, the church was so badly affected which made Eucharistic celebrations impossible: celebrations were held in the youth centre and Anthony Monastery, in summer it was held in the monastery garden. After the reconstruction, on October 24, 1948, Holy Mass was celebrated again. The church has a 93m high tower. Daily opened untill 6 o' clock.‬
‪Written 28 במאי 2012‬
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