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morning
19°C
60% Zon
3600m
Vorstgrens
morning 19°C

Sunday

Sunday
22°C
40% Zon
3500m
Vorstgrens

Monday

Monday
26°C
70% Zon
3700m
Vorstgrens

Verwachting

On Friday the airflow swung to the south and brought a bit more humid maritime air to our region, which increased the risk of thunderstorms. For Saturday no change is expected: the air arriving here is not humid enough to prevent the sun from shining, but it will still produce thunderstorms in the afternoon and in the evening.

Tendens

Sunday will remain will remain cloudy with thunderstorms and sunny spells. Monday will however bring sunnier weather.

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Easter Exhibition - on display as of Tuesday after Palm Sunday

 

The History of the Easter Sepulcher

 

The Holy Sepulcher in Patsch dates back to the year 1767 and was created by the famous painter Johann Joachim Pfaundler (1723-1811). Pfaundler was both painter and parish priest. From 1763 until his death he was trustee in Schöner. He created the Sepulchers in Schöner, Telfes, Fulpmes and Patsch. But only the ones in Schönberg, Telfes and Patsch have survived. The Holy Sepulcher in Patsch is one of the few which still shows almost all of the pictures of that time. It consists of three wings which measure 8.5 m x 6.5 m and cover the entire Presbytery.

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Ostergrab Patsch
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Dorfstraße 14 - Pfarrkirche St. Donatus
6082  Patsch
+43 512 / 37 81 73




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