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Address: An den Kirchen 20, 97348 Rodelsee, Bavaria, Germany
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I think you are reviewing the lutheren church

I was born in Roedelsee and the katholic church looks very different inside.There are no side-balconies,only a rear balcony.There are 2 ornate side alters.Actually-one was removed... read more

4 of 5 bubblesReviewed 8 December 2012
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 8 December 2012

I was born in Roedelsee and the katholic church looks very different inside.There are no side-balconies,only a rear balcony.There are 2 ornate side alters.Actually-one was removed I think.The catholic church is at a different location.A little up the street and it stands on its own-surrounded by a circle of roads.That's all I have to say!!!!!

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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 27 December 2011

With façade Tower, the building blocks were mainly gathered from an aborted belfry at the Schwanberg. After the 4-year construction period consecrated at Kirchweihsonntag 1783. Hall curch with a four-storey tower (architect Adam Valentin Fischer). Classic decor: 1850 altar painting on the high altar between two pillars depicting the martyrdom of Church Patron Saint Apostle Bartholomew who is tied up... More 

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