St. Leonhard

St. Leonhard, Furstenfeldbruck

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chickandbeast
Southgate, Canada8,480 contributions
Bavarian church old town built around 1150
May 2017 • Couples
St. Leonhard translated Saint Leonard is a church located in old town Bavaria, dating back to roughly 1150.
Written 18 June 2017
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MayaZaa
Emirate of Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates135 contributions
The old church in town
Aug 2016 • Solo
If you see many churches in Bavarian, you will not see any much different but it 5-600 years old not bad to visiting & praying if you are in town! It easy to find, near the Hartmann Hotel & Amber Bridge.

And it good to visit another church St. Magdalena just crossed the bridge and 3mins walking on right hand near Vierwasser and you can visit the Rathus/ City Hall by walk just 4-5mins. Along the sidewalk you will see shopping & restaurants.
Written 18 August 2016
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folieske4
Antwerp, Belgium7,285 contributions
Startingpoint of the Leonhardifahrt (cattle and wagon procession)
Jul 2011
Located on a hectic traffic crossroad. The Church with the medieval Hall is rare for Upper Bavaria and serves today as war monument. The "churches chapel", in slang, in the Bruch part of town was consecrated in 1440, the Interior, however, was still incomplete in 1452. The monastery had clearly financial problems. Mid 17th century the late Gothic decorations in beech and choir were refreshed in early Baroque. In 1743 the inhabitants promised an annual Leonhardifahrt (cattle and wagon procession) as a Memorial in connection with an infectious animal disease. St. Leonhard was since the 16th century the Patron Saint of animals, in particular of horses. The Leonhardifahrt, from 1921 held at irregular intervals, held regularly since 1966. In the course of secularisation, the St. Leonhard was nearly demolished. The Church was bought by the municipal in 1803 and retained as second Church. The Tower got a Baroque onion-shape, the Windows were changed to a round-shape.
Written 15 October 2011
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