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After our lunch we walked through the mainstreets and square of Kevelaer, cosy and interesting. One of the little jewels is this little chapel, beautiful stained glass windows and wonderfully painted images on the ceiling, worthwhile to visit when allready in Kevelaer.
Actually this small mercy chapel was built in 1654 seven years later than the nearby pilgrim's church (Kerzenkapelle) and perhaps more importantly in a different baroque style in contrast to the austere Protestant churches in the North. One can imagine the almost frivolous architecture was...More
Architecture and sheer wow factor an absolute that you will love if you're into things religious as I am.
I think it's one you will want to see once but it will do then. You will however remember. It is a little overshadowed by the...More
On of the most visited shrines in Germany. The setting in the coppelston square with
Limetrees for shade, is quite unique. It's a place to reflect and say a prayer for your loved ones . The madonna (the lady of Luxembourg ) is only very...More