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Katholische Pfarrkirche St. Sebastian/S. Bistgaun, Dardin

Das Foto zeigt die Kapelle St. Sebastian in Dardin
Das Foto zeigt die Kapelle St. Sebastian im Winter

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Das Foto zeigt die Kapelle St. Sebastian in Dardin

The baroque church of St. Sebastian stands in the western part of the village of Dardin.

Katholische Pfarrkirche St. Sebastian/S. Bistgaun, Dardin

Via principala 41, 7165 Brigels



In 1643, a chapel with an altar in Dardin was consecrated in honor of St. Sebastian, Rochus and Stephen. At the end of the 17th century a new building was built. The consecration with three altars took place in 1716. The brothers Carli, Gieri and Giusep Baroggi can be assumed to be masters of new construction. 1916 complete renovation, 1925 nue porch.


Baroque, southwest-facing, two-bay church without side chapels, with three-sided closed, recessed choir. Both rooms are vaulted by barrels with stitch caps, adapted to the polygon in the choir by half-dome. The lighting is provided by wide square windows in the wall zone and oculi above the main cornice. On the south side of the choir is the sacristy, whose basement houses the ossuary.

The tower stands on the south side of the nave. The lower lots belong to the old stock. The upper floors, crowned by an onion-shaped dome, were rebuilt in 1696.


Three wooden altars. The high altar, (from 1707), is a two-storey structure with columns and roofs. The altarpiece of St. Sebastian between S. Carlo Borromeo and Francis. The northern side altar encloses an image of the name of Jesus. Southern side altar a frontispiece image of St. Rochus. Rococo antependia carved on both side altars. The pulpit is a polygonal body, second half of the 17th century. In the ossuary hangs a crucifix of strong peculiarity.

Bells: By Gebr. Grasmayr Feldkirch, 1905.

In the Rhaetian Museum in Chur there is a wooden sculpture of an enthroned Mother of God and a casula made of white linen, 17th century.

(Text recorded by: Regiun Surselva)


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