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Mamer church

Where? Rue des Maximins, L-8247 Mamer

Mamer church

The parish of Mamer was first mentioned in a document in 983. The small thatched chapel was enlarged over the centuries, in line with the needs and growth of the population. In 1720, a single nave was added to the 16th-century choir, and between 1723 and 1738 it was fitted with Baroque furniture by the famous firm Greeff d'Altwies. Following restoration work on the church and the Greeff furniture between 1993 and 2003, experts consider it to be a jewel of clarity and colour.


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Address: Mamer church
Rue des Maximins
L-8247 Mamer
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