Hough Cathedral, located in the north of Lake Ryusen, is the most important church in Ryusen. It was built in 735. When the church was built, it was Roman-style. In the 14th century, it was Gothic-style. A fire in the 17th century seriously damaged the church. In the subsequent reconstruction, the church was Renaissance-style. To view the lake, the church is a lakeside landscape that can not be ignored. Houfu Cathedral, located in Hubei Province, sets off the beautiful scenery of Liushen Lake with its beautiful twin towers. Due to the time constraints, we did not walk to the church, but this high-value church still left us a deep impression, taking photos of the necessary background ah.
Hough Church is also called Hough Church. It is called St. Leo de Gare Church. The Church is a two-tower Gothic building. It was first built in 735. It was built in Roman style when it was built. It was built on the site of the ancient faith center of San Riodica. It is a church with a long history in Lucerne. By the 14th century churches were converted to Gothic style, and after a fire in 1645 in the 17th century, they were rebuilt into the late Renaissance architectural style that is now present.
Hough Cathedral is the most important church in Ryusen, which is situated in the north of Lake Ryusen. This church is interesting. When it was built in 735, it was Roman. In the 14th century, it was Gothic. A fire in the 17th century seriously damaged the church. In the subsequent reconstruction, it was Renaissance style. The eastern part of the Capel Corridor Bridge extends to the high stone steps in front of the church, like the sacred worship road leading to the church. The interior of the church is solemn and solemn. There are carvings of late Renaissance on the church table, which are vivid and delicate and worth appreciating. Today, Hough Cathedral is the belief center of the local people and the place where church music is performed. There are concerts in the church from time to time. Religious music played in the church sets off the church with extraordinary solemnity and grandeur. Here you can see a huge pipe organ, which was made in 1640 and has 4950 pipes. It is still used in the summer music festival of Ryusen.
The history of Hough Church can be traced back to about 750 years, when it was first built as a Roman church, built on the site of the ancient faith center of St. Leodiga. The church was transformed into Gothic style in the 14th century. It was destroyed by fire in 1633, and then rebuilt in 1645, presenting the architectural style of the late Renaissance. The towering steeple of the church is unique in shape and the most striking landmark along the lake in the old city.
Located on the shore of Lake Ryusen, this church is a beautiful double spire building, which is also part of the Neoclassical Palace Group. It belongs to the important church buildings of the Swiss Renaissance. There are 4 590 organ pipes in the church, which are now available at the Luxen Summer Music Festival. The two spires shown below are Hough Cathedral.
The church was seen across the lake from the railway station, surrounded by gravestones.