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Great holmertz 2022-08-08 12:11

Hej Lars,
Det är en väldigt imponerande byggnad, men för bilden är utsikten mot slottet och den skogklädda kullen nästan lika viktig. Jag tyckte att bilden var lite mörk, men i den större versionen syns detaljerna i skuggan på torget mycket bättre. Det gör ibland en otrolig skillnad att förstora bilderna här på TE.
Är ni fortfarande ute på resa, någonstans i Italien?
Hälsningar,
Gert

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Old 08-08-2022, 03:42 PM
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Thank you for your critique and thoughtful question, Gert.

I wish I could answer it absolutely.
I asked questions of the curators and must have been easily satisfied with the response.

I asked if religious services were still held in the church.
The response was, because the church is consecrated, they are obliged to have two services per year, but these can be conducted outside the church, if desired.

Consecrated means the building is sacred, so the building is still sacred.

Try as I might, I cannot find anything regarding St Peter's being open for a service. The Internet just offers opening times via English Heritage.

Sorry, this will still leave you curious, and me!
Bev :-)
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Old 08-08-2022, 05:58 PM
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Hello Bev,
My curiosity remains, but thank you for doing your best. ;-)
Kind regards,
Gert
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