St. Gallus und eine unbekannte Heilige
St. Gall and an unknown saint
Two statues in niches above the entrances of the Gasthaus Kornmesser, built in 1720 by the architect Franz Anton Beer for himself.
- (left) St. Gallus - St. Gall - (Ireland c. 550 - Arbon c. 646), Irish disciple and one of the traditional twelve companions of Saint Columbanus on his mission from Ireland to the continent; portrayed as an abbot blessing a bear that brings him a log of wood
- (right) Unknown.
Sources & Information
Location (N 47°30'17" - E 9°44'52")
Item Code: atvo007; Photograph: 4 October 2014
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