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Church

Kirche Tschiertschen

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The church from the 14th century is a characteristic part of the historical village center.

Description

In the middle of Tschiertschen lies the church from the 14th century and is an important part of the historic village center. The church of Tschiertschen houses special gems: the precious organ and wall paintings from the 15th century. The organ in the church Tschiertschen is one of the last and also largest of the so-called Toggenburg house organs. On the organ are two angels, which were probably added by a local carver and are popularly called "Badhosenengeli". The murals date back to the 15th century, when the church was built. During renovation work in 2012, these murals were only uncovered.

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