Skateboard statt Hochaltar…

St. Liborius was established as a German national parish in 1856, and construction of the church was completed in 1889. This large Gothic Revival building, marked by its pointed arches and thin, vein-like pillars, went through several transformations to reach its current form. Over the years, St. Liborius gained a clergy house and a convent, and merged with nearby parishes due to a dwindling number of Catholics in the neighborhood. Before its official closing in 1992, St. Liborius was declared a City Landmark in 1975 and recognized as a National Historic Place four years later. Today, it exists as a shell of a church, where the stained glass windows shine vibrant light on skate ramps instead of pews. Its new name is Sk8 Liborius. weiter hier

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  1. Mourawetz

    „Before its official closing in 1992, St. Liborius was declared a City Landmark in 1975 and recognized as a National Historic Place four years later. “
    Innerhalb von nicht einmal 20 Jahren muss die Kirche zusperren. Daran sieht man wie schnell es bergab gehen kann. Es kann nicht mehr so lange dauern bis der Westen zusammenbricht. Ein gutes Beispiel für die Abwiegler der i. Gefahr.

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