Zum Friedefürsten Church

Klingenthal, Germany

The Zum Friedefürsten Church is a baroque Lutheran church in Klingenthal. It has an octagonal floorplan and is the largest of its kind in Saxony. The church is the most important historical monument in Klingenthal and dominates the town centre. The church was officially finished in 1737.

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Founded: 1737
Category: Religious sites in Germany
Historical period: Thirty Years War & Rise of Prussia (Germany)

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Wenke Schmidt (2 years ago)
This special round church is a beautiful photo motif and a place of contemplation. We would have loved to go inside.
Jenny Jünger Georgi (2 years ago)
Impressive
Joachim Bernhardt (3 years ago)
Very nice round church. Is open often. Recommendable.
maik stendel (3 years ago)
Always worth a visit
Frans Fokkenrood (5 years ago)
This church is the small copy of the church in Dresden. A round church with colorful balconies. Worth the visit.
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