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Mindenszentek temploma /All Saints' chuch

The Roman Catholic church erected in honour of All Saints dates back to the Middle Ages. Back then it was a fortress church.

It was rebuilt in the 18th century: first the nave in 1744 and the steeple in 1752. In 1757 it already had three altars and a wooden pulpit. The pillars of the gate in the buttress are decorated with the statues of St Florian and St John of Nepomuk. During its refurbishment in 1975 they found a Romanesque window and a bricked up gate on the southern side of the edifice. On one side of the vestry now a Calvary scene can be seen. Also from the medieval church we still have a baptismal font. The tomb of the church has remained to be the burial place for the Sibrik Family.
Additional Features:
Religoious building / : mediaeval
Religoious building / : religion
Religoious building / : Hungarian
Religoious building / : interior is also open to visitors
Religoious building / : Roman Catholic

Address: 9725
GPS: 0, 0
Phone: +36/0000000
Website: www.koszegszerdahely.hu
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