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Small church, worth a quick look

It's a small church, but worth a few minutes to have a look in. Right on the main street in... read more

Reviewed 27 October 2016
bigtyke
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greeley, CO
Quiet place - nothing special

The chapel of St. Joseph was built into the row of houses of Oberstraße by the court architect... read more

Reviewed 15 March 2016
Polykrates
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Bacharach, Germany
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Oct 27, 2016
“Small church, worth a quick look”
Mar 15, 2016
“Quiet place - nothing special”
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Reviewed 27 October 2016

It's a small church, but worth a few minutes to have a look in. Right on the main street in Bacharach.

Thank bigtyke
Reviewed 15 March 2016

The chapel of St. Joseph was built into the row of houses of Oberstraße by the court architect Josef Rabaliatti as Catholic chapel in the second half of the 18th century. Not really interesting from an art historic point of view. A gloomy and quiet...More

Thank Polykrates
Reviewed 9 November 2015

Easy to find, located on the main street of Bacharach. Small chapel, but worth taking a moment to stop and pray.

1  Thank elizabethsB7575SF
Reviewed 18 September 2015

Lovely church in the high street - very quiet when we visited. Think that Mondays were quiet days in Bacharach - other days would probably be busier, as the shops would be open. Worth a visit.

1  Thank venicefan
Reviewed 27 August 2015 via mobile

What a lovely little chapel. If you took away the electricity that powers the lights little else would have changed in the last 200 years . Worth a pop into visit for 5 mins of your time to take a moment out of life and...More

1  Thank McCormackG
Reviewed 10 July 2011

The chapel is built into a row of houses (Oberstrasse 39) as the Catholic Monastic Joseph Chapel and built in 1758 by court-architect Rabaliatti, only the Flèche and the façade axle with round-arched portalniche do mark this as a chapel. It was donated by Elector...More

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