Liebfrauenkapelle

Zug, Switzerland

Liebfrauenkapelle, oldest church in Zug, was built in the 13th century at the same time as the first city walls. From the outside, the Liebfrauenkapelle was a bulwark forming part of the edge of the city, with a somewhat surprising delicately decorated interior, showing aspects of both the Late Gothic period, with its murals, and the Baroque period, with the scenes depicting the life of the Virgin Mary. This old chapel in the middle of the Old Town has a particular atmosphere of its own, which is why it is very popular place to get married.

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Founded: c. 1266
Category: Religious sites in Switzerland

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www.zug-tourismus.ch

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4.9/5 (based on Google user reviews)

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Markus Waldispühl (11 months ago)
ok
Andreas Wisler (2 years ago)
Beautiful chapel, quiet place
C. T. (3 years ago)
Nice chapel to find inner peace.
aurore baal (3 years ago)
Very pretty chapel of the Virgin in the medieval old town of Zug. Bossart organ rebuilt by Metzler / Edskes 1985, 1 keyboard / Pedal in tirasse.
Googl I (4 years ago)
Beautiful church, why does it have so few reviews?
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