Église Engadin St. Moritz

Eglise réformée de San Luzi


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The church, named after the village saint San Luzi, was first mentioned in 1139. The origins of the Romanesque building date back to the early 13th century, and in 1507 the hexagonal choir was built in late Gothic style. The choir is decorated with three stained glass windows. Two are by Augusto Giacometti and one by the Zuoz artist Constant Könz. The stained glass window in the nave, depicting the holy three kings, was created by Gian Casty from Zuoz. The coats of arms of the von Planta, Juvalta and Jecklin-Planta families are depicted in the front nave.

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