This building in the Romanesque Gothic transitional style is reminiscent of the churches of Westphalia in its use of stone and its thick square partly demolished tower (West). Inside, the polychrome brings out the lines of the ogive arches, the small columns and the ribs. At the back of the lower left side there is a pretty wooden statue of the Virgin (around 1500) and some modern stained glass windows in the side aisles. Some glass cases hold some pieces of gold and silversmith's work and an attractive chasuble from 1749.
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