Saint Laurence’s Church
A remarkable monument from the inter-war period in neo-Byzantine style with art deco elements, consecratedIn the Roman Catholic Church, the moment when, during the Eucharist, the bread and wine are transformed into the body and blood of Jesus, the so-called transubstantiation, by the pronouncement of the sacramental words. More in 1934.
A striking element in the landscape are its large dome dominating the centrally planned building and its freestanding solid tower (65 m).
It is a clear example of “Gesamtkunstwerk”, being an overall concept for the building and its interior. Architecture, decoration and furniture were explicitly inspired by the rich symbolism of the pilgrimage movement.