Sunday, June 04, 2006

Display of St. Bonifatius Church

This is the info display of the St. Bonifatius church downtown at the Luisenplatz, announcing the hours of the services, special events and social activities. What I really liked was the large painting of the church as a poster (you've already seen a reflection of one of the side windows of the church here) and the style of it.

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At 10:58 AM, Blogger Ggraph said...

Very beautiful poster. Nice shot. looks like a lovely park behind.
regards,
Mark

 
At 12:44 PM, Blogger Kala said...

its a beautiful church - have u attended any services inside?

 
At 1:24 PM, Blogger Gudl said...

That used to be my home church for a while!

 
At 1:46 PM, Blogger Rob said...

Very nice - are they twin belltowers ?

 
At 2:32 AM, Anonymous lagatta à Montréal said...

That is lovely - I presume that is the main Catholic church, as you have already shown us the main Protestant (Lutheran) one. There is a webcam of Wiesbaden, where one sees the two big churches and other points of the town skyline.

When was it erected? Often churches have long histories, are rebuilt or embellished several times.

The green square behind is also very lovely.

 
At 3:42 AM, Anonymous pixibition said...

nice unique poster stand...much beautiful and well design than in NYC:-)))

 
At 3:51 AM, Blogger grainofsand said...

The church looks beautiful.

 

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