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Easter grave Ranggen

Pfarramt Ranggen
Herrn Sauerwein
Unterdorf 14, 6179  Ranggen

Opening Hours

From Maundy Thursday to Easter Monday.
8.00 am - 8. pm

The Rangger Easter Tomb was redesigned in 1850 by Josef Kramer, incorporating two older Holy Sepulchre scenes were redesigned. The five arches, stylistically different for this reason, take up the entire width of the altar The five stylistically different arches occupy the entire width of the chancel and then taper in perspective towards the altar. In the city of Jerusalem with Mount Golgotha and the Garden of Gethsemane. the Garden of Gethsemane, and the door lintels and balustrades are additionally decorated with transparent transparent coloured paper and omissions in the canvas. In the of the second arch, which, like the fifth, dates from the first half of the 18th century and is a richly Baroque mock architecture, conceals the sepulchral niche with the Latin inscription "Ehrit sepulchre". The inscription "Ehrit sepulchrum eius gloriosum" ("His grave will be glorious", Isaia IX,10). It is flanked by King David and Moses. The prophets Daniel, Ezekiel, Jeremiah and Isaiah, each provided with inscription tablets, can be seen in the niches of the third and fourth arches, which open the view to the fifth and last arch. the fifth and last arch, an overpainted baroque copper engraving that architecturally incorporates the tabernacle. the tabernacle architecturally. The Easter tomb of the Ranggen parish church is worth seeing!

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