Where? 6, Montée du Château, L-9710 Clervaux
The parish church of Sts Côme et Damien in Clervaux, built in 1910/1911 in the Rhenish-Romanesque style, impresses with its striking dome above the altar and its majestic twin towers with melodic chimes.
The church building combines harmonious proportions both outside and inside and is characterised by Original Christian symbols. Its exterior design with the dominant twin-tower façade surrounded by smaller towers gives the building a charming appearance. The basilica-like layout, quarry stone from the Ardennes and ornate mosaics give the church a significant historical presence.
Inside, works by Lambert Piedboeuf, including the impressive mosaic in the choir room, create a spiritual atmosphere. The ornate stained glass windows were recreated by Gustav Zanter after the fighting in the Second World War. The organ and bells add to the impressive heritage of this church."
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