St. Leodegarstrasse 6     more than a year ago
If gazing at the main facade of this church you feel not everything fits together, you're actually not far off. The church here burned down in 1633 and was totally rebuilt in Renaissance style, but the two towers remained from the older Romanesque church, and the new nave was just planted in between them. The two figures on the main doors are St Leodegar, patron saint of Lucerne and St. Mauritius. Look just above them and you'll see the Swiss Saint Beatus swinging his sword at a small dragon above his head. You can download an app for a guided tour to your smartphone (search store for Hofkirche Lucerne).


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Open 07:00 - 19:00.


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