We were in Lucerne and were on our way to the Lion Monument. On the way, we came upon the beautiful Church of St. Leodegar. It is also called the Hof Church. Originally built in 735, the present structure was erected in 1633. It is easily identifiable by its twin towers.
The church is one of the landmarks of Lucerne, Switzerland. It can be reached by a short walk from Chapel Bridge (600 metres). This part of the town has many small souvenir shops and restaurants.
It was drizzling when we reached the church on a May evening. So it was convenient for me to use my Sony camera phone.
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