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The Church of St. Leodegar (German: St. Leodegar im Hof or Hofkirche St. Leodegar) is a Roman Catholic church in the city of Lucerne, Switzerland. It was built in parts from 1633 to 1639 on the foundation of the Roman basilica which had burnt in 1633. This church was one of the few built north of the Alps during the Thirty Years War and one of the largest and art history rich churches of the German late renaissance period.
Very beautiful place. Good accoustics, they sometimes have concerts. A side entrance without steps has a door wide enough for wheelchairs, but someone will have to unlock the bars above the regular, small door from the inside. Only one wheelchair accessible parking. Path to the church is over cobblestone. If calling ahead maybe they would grant access to the church courtyard for driving the car closer to the entrance.
A truly unique tranquility experience and for a Christian Church fairly modestly decorated
The old churches give me strong energy
Unless your friends have never seen a european style church, dont bring them here. Broing.
Very beautiful church....red marble work is awesome Peaceful place Near to lake
Gorgeous Roman Catholic church. Rich with renaissance decorations. Captivating sound of bells from the Church tower. Very clean and preserved place located in the center of Luzern.
Another beautiful gothic church it has had a few renovations in its time it was burnt down by the roofer on the evening of Easter Sunday 1633 and rebuilt
Splendid church approached by many stairs. Brilliant sacred art and architecture. A sight for sore eyes.
Beautiful Catholic Church in the heart of Luzern