I went to too many churches last time, so I didn’t enter this one. I only found out that it was so beautiful inside this time. This is also the first large-scale Baroque building in Switzerland. Unfortunately, I don’t understand the story and Implication
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The Jesuit Church was built for the Jesuits who entered Heidelberg in 1698. It was built in 1712–1751. The exterior wall decoration is the work of Paul Egell. The bell tower was added after the 19th century. I have never seen such a bright church. The simple and bright white tone also gives this church in Heidelberg a romantic sentiment.
On the side of the Carbell Covered Bridge, on the Reuss River (the entrance of the Reuss River into Lake Lucerne), there is a twin-tower Jesuit church. I remember when I was exhausted and sweaty in the old city of Lucerne last year, I approached the church, sat in the last row to rest, and listened to the church choir singing hymns. For a moment, the holy and echoing singing made us calm down. An Shenyi, I closed my eyes, adjusted my breath, and my tired body seemed to recover again. That state is really wonderful. This year, I stepped into the church again to find the rare feeling.
Jesuit church across the Royce river and old city hall, was built in 1666, is the first large scale baroque Switzerland temple. , in the middle of the 18th century people to decorate the arched roof, in the little church remains a patron saint "Swiss" Klaus Brother (Brother Klaus) robe. Church is located in the river, not far from cantrell short, see come over from the other side of the river scenery is very beautiful. The appearance of the church is very eye-catching, have two representative vault decoration, interior decoration is also very gorgeous, especially the room and treasure, do not watch. Within the church altar by the red marble, was completed in 1681.
The Jesuitenkirche (Jesuitenkirche) The Christian church on the banks of the Louise River and the city hall across the river, is built in 1666-1673 in memory of St. Franz Xaver, one of the founders of the Jesuit. The altar is decorated with red marble and completed in 1681. It is the first large-scale Baroque religious building in Switzerland, with two striking and representative vaults outside the church. It was rebuilt in the middle of the 18th century.