Catholic Church Chur

Church of St. Regula

Kirche St. Regula
Reformed church in the old town. The second Reformed church in the Old Town (cf. St. Martin) is a late Gothic building from 1494-1500 on a Carolingian and a Romanesque predecessor.


This outwardly unspectacular religious building was built between 1494 and 1500 in a late Gothic style by Feldkirch master builder, Balthasar Bilgeri. This is revealed in the interior in a particularly impressive way; the nave and the adjoining choir feature stone ribs and a stellar vault, which are typical of this period. There is also a large wall painting from 1504 depicting Christ on the cross. The furnishings mainly date from the last century. Particularly remarkable are the window paintings by the Basel artist, Hanns Studer, executed in the late 1960s.


Church of St. Regula

Reichsgasse 15, 7000 Chur

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