1705 - Pfarrkirche St. Jakobus - Seebronn, Germany, BW
Posted by: Tante.Hossi
N 48° 30.467 E 008° 52.603
32U E 490894 N 5372747
Quick Description: This is the Church 'St. Jakobus' in Seebronn, Germany, Baden-Württemberg which oldest part was built in the year 1705.
Location: Baden-Württemberg, Germany
Date Posted: 3/16/2012 3:12:15 AM
Waymark Code: WME064
This is the Church 'St. Jakobus' in Seebronn, Germany, Baden-Württemberg which oldest part was built in the year 1705.
In the middle of the village Seebronn on the main road, which crosses the city from east to west, on an elevated and walled square stands the parish church of St. Jakobus.
The simple Baroque architecture, a nave with extruded polygonal choir, was created from 1755 to 1760 and is perhaps partly on the foundations of the old chapel.
The tower, built in 1705 and the oldest part of the parish church, is preferred in the West and on the ground floor has a barrel vault. In the lower part square, the tower is about halfway up the octagon and is crowned at the top end by a copper onion dome. Below the onion dome oculi are round-arched openings sound.
The year 1705 can be found above the main entrance.
Year of construction: 1705
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