Rindschleiden

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St. Willibrord Church Rindschleiden

Where? L-8831 Rindschleiden

St. Willibrord Church Rindschleiden

Originally the church that was constructed in the 10th century was built in honour of all saints. It was only in the 16th century that it was consecrated to Saint Willibrord. From its original dimensions of 5 x 10 metres, it was enlarged in different stages throughout the centuries, which is still visible due to the different architectural styles. The frescos that cover about 170 square metres still count as the most impressive part of the church.

Rindschleiden

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Address: Jean Ferber
L-8831 Rindschleiden
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Phone:+352 691 83 86 44
E-Mail:jean.ferber@education.lu
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