The Cathedral of St. Leo de Gard, located on the north side of Lake Lucerne, is an important church in Lucerne. The interior of Hof Cathedral is solemn and solemn, and there are engraving patterns in the late Renaissance, which are vivid and delicate and worthy of appreciation. Today's Hof Cathedral is the center of faith for the locals and the place to perform church music. There are occasional concert performances in the Havre Cathedral, and the religious music played on the church is extraordinarily solemn and grand.
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The Church of St. Leo de Gard is located on the north side of Lake Lucerne. It is the most representative church in Lucerne. It was built in 735 AD
This was originally a Roman-style building that was converted to Gothic in the 14th century. The fire in the 17th century was converted into a Renaissance
here is also the church where the goddess Hepburn married
extending from the water tower flower bridge along the long stone steps to the church of St. Leo de Gard
Address: Sankt Leodegarstrasse 6
Built in 735, the two-tower Gothic building of the Hofkirche is Switzerland's most important Renaissance church. The beautiful spires of the church and the pipe organ made in the 17th century are very famous. In the 8th century, it used to be a Benedictine monastery. In 1633 the monastery was destroyed by fire. Rebuilt in 1645. Walking into the church, the solemn atmosphere of the church came to the fore. There is a glimpse of the Bible for people to read at the door. The statue of Jesus is erected in the middle of the church. People who believe in religion pray silently in the chair. There is a vivid and delicate Renaissance on the right side of the church. Late-style engraving pattern. What is most worth mentioning is that there is a pipe organ with 4,950 copper pipes made in 1640. It is very majestic. If you can listen to a religious music here, it will definitely bring out the solemnity and grandeur of the church.