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Leonhardskirche, Basel

Leonhardskirche, Basel

Leonhardskirche is a reformed Protestant church believed to be built in the 12th century, although the exact time period is still up to debate. Some base their assumption on the 12th century due to a collection of murals and graves which tend to point to that time. Regardless, Leonhardskirche has survived some infrastructure destruction and renovations, yet still maintained its neo-Gothic style.

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Sight Name: Leonhardskirche
Sight Location: Basel, Switzerland
Sight Type: Religious
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