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Evangelische Kirche, Luven

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The Evangelical church is located in Luven.

Evangelische Kirche, Luven

Via Demvitg, 7141 Luven

Description

History

In the Tellotestament of 765 called St. Stephen's Church. In the Carolingian Imperial Guturbar of about 840, the church appears as a royal church of its own. No parts of the early medieval building are visible anymore. From the Romanesque period the tower. Around 1510-1520 thorough reconstruction.

specifications

The east-facing complex, consisting of a rectangular nave and a retracted, three-sided closed choir. The choir, which opens into the nave without the mediation of an arch, has pierced windows with simple late Gothic fish bubble measurements.
The tower: is Romanesque. He stands without a bandage in front of the western front of the ship and is completely bare. Round-arched sound windows coupled over round-arched windows. Onion-shaped helmet, 18th century
Decoration: baroque stucco medallions

Equipment

Massive baptismal font from the 14th century pulpit polygonal with corner columns 1774. Dalbert 1774.
Communion devices: silver chalice, two prismatic screw jugs 1761.Bells
: with inscriptions 1641 and 1870.

(Text entered by: Regiun Surselva)

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