Nevigeser Wallfahrtsdom

The Nevigeser Wallfahrtsdom is a pilgrimage church built in 1963-1972. The architectural style of the current building, designed by Gottfried Böhm, is attributed to brutalism. The shape of the building is meant to resemble that of a large tent, and the frequently recurring symbol of the interior design is the rose, symbol of the Virgin Mary.

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