2 thoughts on “A Tiny Church

  1. What a beautiful church, Traudel. Inside it looks bigger than one would expect on the outside! Love all the details you caught – the high pulpit and the organ look typical for Europe in that time. From your last image it looks like it is still in use today – great! Were you able to up in the tower? Many thanks for sharing all this beauty with All Seasons:) Have a great week, and hopefully it’s not too cold!

    1. It is still in use, you can see the picture and the names of the communion kids. There was nobody there so we couldn’t go up the tower. We visit this village for a week every year. The snow you saw in last weeks post.

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