Museum of Sacred Art and Liturgy

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  • Heidelberg

The museum owns, among other things, the oldest bell in Heidelberg (approx. 1400).

The museum's entrance is located in the Jesuitenkirche (Church of the Jesuits). The museum displays unique collections of ecclesiastical art from the 17th, 18th and 19th century, including a large silver Madonna created by J. Ignaz Saller in 1736, goblets, monstrances, liturgical garments, books, paintings, sculptures and ecclesiastical objects.

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Katholische Gesamtkirchengemeinde Heidelberg
Merianstraße 1
69117 Heidelberg
Deutschland

Phone: +49 6221 166391
Website: www.kirchliche-museen.org/museen/profil.php?museum=57

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