The Jesuit Church, located on the banks of the Royce River and across the city hall, was founded in 1666 and is the first large-scale Baroque religious building in Switzerland. The most striking feature of the church in appearance is two towers with onion-shaped spires. We did not visit the church. According to the introduction, the interior design of the church is characterized by white walls, pink columns, red marble altar, which makes the church surrounded by a bright and holy atmosphere. The brightly colored wet murals on the vault depict the opening of the gates of heaven.
Christoph Vogler, a priest authorized by the Christian Church, was built in 1666. It was the first Baroque sacrament building in Switzerland. The dome of the church was redecorated in the mid-18th century. The chapel houses the monk's clothes worn by the Klaus brothers (Swiss National Asylum). The marble inside the church is actually a fine imitation of marble by ancient craftsmen.
The church is not far from the Capel Corridor Bridge. From the other side of the river, the view is also beautiful. It has a striking appearance and two representative vaults. If you are so interested in the church, you can pass by and take pictures. It's still beautiful and has a reflection.
Free, solemn! Internal brilliance is worth visiting! It's near the lake. It's near the railway station.
Jesuit Church (German: Jesuitenkirche St. Franz Xaver), full name of St. Francisco Sabrio Church of the Jesuit, is a church named after St. Francis Sabrio, located in the centre of Lucerne, on the left bank of the Royce River. This is the first large Baroque Church in Switzerland, built between 1666 and 1677. Michael Beer, Michael Thumb, Heinrich Mayer and Christopher Vogler priests participated in the design of the church. The church was built opposite the old city hall across the Royle River. The two prominent and representative vaults outside the church were renovated in the mid-18th century and were very beautiful. The interior decoration is gorgeous, especially the red marble decoration on the white background. It is dazzling. Especially the altar decorated with red marble is luxurious and sacred.
Jesuit church across the Royce river and old city hall, was built in 1666, is the first large scale baroque Switzerland temple. , in the middle of the 18th century people to decorate the arched roof, in the little church remains a patron saint Swiss Klaus Brother (Brother Klaus) robe. Church is located in the river, not far from cantrell short, see come over from the other side of the river scenery is very beautiful. The appearance of the church is very eye-catching, have two representative vault decoration, interior decoration is also very gorgeous, especially the room and treasure, do not watch. Within the church altar by the red marble, was completed in 1681.
Jesuit churches are quite simple compared with Italian churches, but their shapes are very unique, especially the two green domes, which are in sharp contrast to traditional Christian churches. Because the time for sightseeing is too late, we can only take a long view without going in.