Kapelle St. Andreas, Lohndorf

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  • Ludwig Bieger

    The chapel has a saddle roof with an open roof rider with an onion dome. Two open, sloping baroque chapels are built on either side of the facade (they are located above ossuaries). The left chapel was built by Georg Geizer in 1713. It houses an Mount of Olives. The figures of the Mount of Olives are carved out of stone and colored.In the right chapel there is a burial group. It was created together with the chapel in 1736 by Leonhard Gollwitzer and stylistically adapted to the existing chapel.The following inscription can be read on the chapel of the left chapel: “His sweat became like drops of blood. Luke 22.45. ”On the chapel of the right chapel it says:“ See the place where you put him. Mark Chapter 16. “The two inscriptions refer directly to the scenes depicted.
    Source: pfarrei-litzendorf.de/pfarreien-kirchen/pfarrei-lohndorf/kapelle

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    • April 5, 2020

  • Jörg

    If you are in Lohndorf, you have to go to Hölzlein. Good beer and food

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    • April 7, 2020

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Location: Litzendorf, Bamberg, Upper Franconia, Bavaria, Germany


  • Elevation400 m

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