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The Church of St. Sebastian, also known as the Church on the Rock (situated on a solid block of granite) was originally built in 1630 in honour of both St. Sebastian und St. Rochus. These are the saints of all those afflicted by disease. This dedication was made in hope of averting the fast - approaching plague. After deconsecreation in 1738 it was used as a theatre and warehouse. It was eventually restored and
reconsecrated as a Protestant parish Church in 1954.

The Church of St. Sebastian, also known as the Church on the Rock (being built on a block of granite), was built in 1630 in honour of St. Sebastian and St. Rochus - the saints of all those afflicted by disease - in hopes of averting the fast-approaching plague. After being deconsecrated in 1783, it was used as a theatre and warehouse for a while, before being painstakingly restored and reconsecrated as a Protestant parish church in 1954.

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Evangelic Church
Sebastian-Kneipp-Gasse
4780Schärding

Phone: +43 7712 4300-0
Fax machine: +43 7712 4320
E-Mail: info@schaerding.info
Web: www.schaerding.at

Tourismusverband Schärding
Innbruckstraße 29
4780 Schärding

Phone: +43 7712 4300-0
E-Mail: info@schaerding.info
Web: www.schaerding.at

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Evangelic Church
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The Church of St. Sebastian, also known as the Church on the Rock (situated on a solid block of granite) was originally built in 1630 in honour of both St. Sebastian und St. Rochus. These are the saints of all those afflicted by disease. This dedication was made in...