About St. Elisabeth Church

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The building is inserted into the enclosed building. The nave is not visible from the street because it is as the left wing of the court extends. Only to the courtyard is the church ship window, but not on the side adjacent to the neighboring property.

The façade of the masonry, which is arranged vertically, is veneered with red clinkers . The cross-bar building, which houses the entrance hall, is flanked by two slender octagonal staircases in 3/8 position with pointed octagonal helmets. The double portal with a triple arched arched window is located in a stepped niche. The large, overlying tracery window consists of two four- lane arched arch windows and a window sill . Above the frieze of narrow pointed arches in the width of the portal is the bell storey with sharp arched sound openings.

The church ship runs north-south, while the north is the rectangular chancel . The laterally angled stairs lead into the church room in the Hochparterre from the flat, ribbed vaulted entrance hall in the cross- bar construction , while the communal rooms are located in the lower part. The interior, a hall-like wallpfeil church with four narrow transverse yokes , is covered by a barrel vault with distinctive vaults, which can also be regarded as a vault . Three of the four yokes each contain a large arched window on the side of the courtyard. The left yoke sides have so-called glare windows. Above the entrance hall is a gallery with a wooden parapet that extends over the entire width of the room. In the middle of it stands the playing-table of the organ , the latter itself on another gallery in the corner. An uplifting wooden corridor on the wall of the window leads to the Chorempore . The rear wall of the church, which is paneled up to the height of the doors , has two double entrances, and in the middle, below a relief, an opening to the entrance hall, where the ciborium of the Baptist was found. In the middle of it stands the playing-table of the organ , the latter itself on another gallery in the corner. An uplifting wooden corridor on the wall of the window leads to the Chorempore . The rear wall of the church, which is paneled up to the height of the doors , has two double entrances, and in the middle, below a relief, an opening to the entrance hall, where the ciborium of the Baptist was found. In the middle of it stands the playing-table of the organ , the latter itself on another gallery in the corner. An uplifting wooden corridor on the wall of the window leads to the Chorempore . The rear wall of the church, which is paneled up to the height of the doors , has two double entrances at the side, and an opening to the entrance hall, below the relief, where the ciborium of the Baptist was located.