Arlesheim Cathedral (German: Arlesheimer Dom) is a Roman Catholic church, which now serves as the main church of Arlesheim. From 1679 to 1792 it was the church of the displaced cathedral chapter of the Diocese of Basel in the Basel-Landschaft in the northern part of Switzerland.
During the French Revolution the Prince Bishop Sigismund von Roggenbach had to go into exile in Constance, returning to Freiburg in 1793. The church building and its contents were auctioned after serving successively as a wine cellar and a stable. It became a religious building again in 1812, and was later consecrated as a parish church of the parish of Arlesheim. It has now been listed as a cultural monument of national importance in Switzerland.
Alexander Ball | Oct 27, 2017
this is one big church. though they're catholic here and I'm not, I had a very good experience with the local priest and can recommend it for anyone baptising their kids or something like that. oh and also for visiting and looking at because it's rather impressive and nice.
Peppi Jokinen | May 10, 2018
It was so beautiful
Verena Kymisis | Jul 17, 2016
Unbelievable. Wonderful serene experience. I hope to return one day listening to some organ music.
Angela Weber | Feb 12, 2018
Sehr schöne Kirche. Der Domplatz lädt dazu ein um bei Hochzeiten schöne Fotos uu machen
Hartmut Ellrich | Jul 11, 2017
Eine Silbermann-Orgel, dazu ein Bau von Bagnato, Stuck von Pozzi - da muss man ja ins Schwärmen kommen...
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