Fridolinsmünster In Bad Säckingen


DSC05870If you do visit Bad Säckingen you have to go inside Fridolinsmüster for sure.

The Fridolinsmünster is the landmark of the city of Bad Säckingen and is dedicated to St. Fridolin of Säckingen consecrated (→ Fridolin Church), which dates back to this area and founded several monasteries. The Fridolinsmünster was the collegiate church of the convent Säckingen and is still the main church of the Catholic community of Bad Säckingen. The monastery church was built in Romanesque style, built in the 14th century after a fire in the Gothic style and rebuilt in the 17th and 18th centuries, with elements of the Baroque style.DSC05872

 

Das Fridolinsmünster ist das Wahrzeichen der Stadt Bad Säckingen und ist dem heiligen Fridolin von Säckingen geweiht (→Fridolinskirche), der aus dieser Gegend stammt und verschiedene Klöster gründete. Das Fridolinsmünster war die Stiftskirche des Damenstift Säckingens und ist heute die Hauptkirche der katholischen Gemeinde Bad Säckingens.

Die Klosterkirche wurde im romanischen Stil erbaut, im 14. Jahrhundert nach einem Brand im gotischen Stil wieder errichtet und im 17. und 18. Jahrhundert mit Elementen des Barockstils erneuert.

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Author: Jacqueline

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