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Peri monastery by PHOTOMARKUS

“Everything comes to us that belongs to us if we create the capacity to receive it.”

Rabindranath Tagore

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Parish Church St. Cyril & George by mirosu

The church is dedicated to Saints Cyril and St. George and St. Mary Magdalene.
It is the former provost of the Benedictine monastery of St. Blasien (see one of my previous photos from St. Blasien). The church dates back to 1283 when a small chapel was built, which was extended to the church in 1698.
The building is associated with the Barons of Tiefenstein. The rectory, built as a residential tower in 1266, is said to be the oldest consistently until today inhabited buildings throughout the district of Waldshut.
The Patrozinim of St. Mary Magdalene is celebrated on July 22, or the following Sunday. The church is accessible during the day and to visit, but not during services.
The Ibacher rural women invite on the day of the Assumption on August 15 for herbal ordination with a Mass, herb sale and Hock.
The Ibacher rectory, which is directly attached to the church, is the seat of the parish Ibach, Urberg and Hierbach. They belong to the Catholic Pastoral Care Unit St. Blasien.

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Notre Dame du Haut Chapel by Le Corbusier by funkyporcupine

Chapelle Notre-Dame-du-Haut by Le Corbusier, in Ronchamp France (Haute-Saône).

This pretty chapel has been created by Le Corbusier 60 years ago.

It’s a great place, lost in Ronchamp, in the east of France. But it’s not easy at all to photography!


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