Sunday, August 18, 2013

Church in the Ridnauntal


Happy Sunday!


10 comments:

  1. Bon dimanche, Karl.
    It must be easy to worship the Creator of such nature in churches like this.
    Do people still go to church out there in the countryside every Sunday?

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  2. An interesting and nice blog - I'll keep on following! :)

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  3. I wonder if these little churches have many parishioners?

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    1. The parishioners go into the main church of the village, these little churches are often used for weddings.

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  4. Breath taking setting for that little church. Amazingly beautiful.

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  5. Beautiful photo!
    Greetings from, RW & SK

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  6. This is quite incredible. I can understand why it would be a popular place to get married.

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