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This is the interior of Sandkirche (because of a legend it is called "church of the while lily"), one of the churches of the Bavarian town Aschaffenburg, situated on banks of Main river about 35 kilometres south-east of Frankfurt.

It was built in 1756 as a pilgrimage church and fortunately it wasn't damaged in World War II. So its extremely rich rococo interior still is well preserved and entering this church is a real feast for the eyes. One doesn't know where to look first ...
Especially the ceiling was painted in a breathtaking way.

In workshop you can see it from another angle.

A stitch out of two photos.

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