In 1200, the Einsiedeln Monastery built the Romanesque-style St. Peter's Church in Endingen.
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In the tower there are 5 bells, cast in the 13th,15th and 18th centuries. The 48 m high tower and the image of the first pope Peter, carved in stone above the entrance to the tower and the ossuary to the north are witnesses to the witnesses to the parish's Christian past.In 1773, the church was demolished and rebuilt by Johann Baptist Häring. built. It was decorated with pictures from the work of St. Peter. In 1779 the organ was finished by the organ builder Stieffell. completed. It contains 22 stops. On August 13, 1775 the church was consecrated consecrated by the auxiliary bishop of Constance, Baron Hornstein. In May 1786 the building project was finished.
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How to get there
From the train station Endingen go east towards Üsenbergstraße after about at the next intersection turn right on Üsenbergstraße, the road you follow about 140m until you are in the historic town center, there you go left along the main street turn on Hauptstraße and turn after 150m, left, after you have passed the bakery Schwehr, they turn left again towards Peterskirchstraße, after 50m is the church on your right.