The St. Sebastian Church is a Catholic church in Ketsch in the Rhein-Neckar district in northwest Baden-Württemberg. It was built in 1905 according to the plans of Johannes Schroth in the neo-Romanesque style. According to the plans of Johannes Schroth, head of the Archbishop's Building Office in Karlsruhe, a three-aisled column basilica was built in the neo-Romanesque style. The plastered building is structured with light sandstone and has rich architectural decorations. The bell tower placed on the eastern flank of the choir is covered with a pyramidal roof. The vestibule leads to three portals. The central main portal is decorated in the tympanum with reliefs depicting Jesus Christ and the Twelve Apostles with their iconographic attributes. The church has an elaborate historicizing interior. The organ was built in 1971 by Michael Weise. The instrument has 30 stops on two manuals and a pedal.
May 4, 2021
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