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Kostel Mári Magdaleny | CZ | 2011

22 november, 2011
To construct a church on such steeply sloping land was a very tough nut to crack, but it was managed by the architects M. Kühn and H. Fanta, with A. Hübner as the builder. The construction work began in the year 1908 - right on the sixtieth anniversary of the rule of Kaiser Franz Josef I - and therefore the church was named Jubilee. The work finished in 1911 and as the church was to be administered by the Capuchin order from Tyrol, the building was also connected up to their smaller monastery. What is particularly unusual is the appearance of the church, which is in the Neo-Baroque style with elements of Art Nouveau. Unfortunately these days the church no longer serves its original purpose, and although it has remained a characteristic feature of the river Nisa lowlands, it is gradually falling into disrepair.
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