Tabernacle altar (wooden altar) in Kasel

Perched halfway up the hill and dominating the landscape of Kasel, the church is the true  emblem of the village. It was built by the architect Monz from Trier in 1926/27. In doing so, he incorporated the old chapel, which was expanded in 1781, as a porch and organ gallery. With its long, circular windows and straight roof, it blends in well with the new building.

Inside is a valuable wooden altar dating back to the 18th century. It is designed in tabernacle form, with simple rococo decor. It is topped with a statue of St Nicholas, while the figures of the holy apostles Simon and Jude Thaddeus stand on the side pedestals.

Öffnungszeiten: freely accessible

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