st. johann baptist kirche
If you are visiting Klause Kastel then this church in a nice setting, altough nearly empty, is worthwile to visit. Former Catholic parish church, at present it serves as Memorial for the fallen of WW II. Built as a one nave Hall church in 1300 over remnants of a Roman wall and a Franconian cemetery dating back to the year 700, its 12th century Romanesque west tower from was built outside the church axis. In 1442 demoted to affiliate Church, enlarged in 1629 with a second nave as well as a late-Gothic Vault was built (architect Nikolaus from Perl), the Church is walled surrounded by a cemetery and a rampart. In its interior are ornamental notewordy the faces at the imposts (a projecting block resting on top of a column or embedded in a wall, serving as the base for the springer or lowest wedge of an arch) and a grotesque figure on the abat-son arcade (an architectural device constructed to reflect sound in a particular direction).
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