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Protestant Church "Ulrich Zwingli"

Maloja

Protestant Church "Ulrich Zwingli"

Maloja

The current Protestant church of Maloja, the “Chiesa Evangelica Ulrico Zwingli”, was erected in 1888-89 by the architect Nicolaus Hartmann Snr. and the master builder Alexander Kuoni, and was frequented at the time by the Anglican community. Built to a stylised neo-Gothic design, the church has exposed stone walls and a curved hip roof with a small roof turret; the wooden vaulting inside suggests the interior of Noah’s Ark. The single-manual organ was built by the organ manufacturer Freytag in Felsberg, Graubünden.


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No information available


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Facilities
  • Parking nearby
  • Protestand church
  • Bus/ train stop nearby
  • Accessible to the public and free of charge
  • Historical or cultural significance
Contacts
081 822 17 23 und 081 822 13 17
081 822 11 45
Strada principale
7516 Maloja

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