Double chapel

The double chapel, sometimes double church, is a chapel or church building with two storeys that either have a central aperture enabling their simultaneous use for services or are completely separate, just connected by a staircase, and used for different liturgical functions. (wiki)

Connected Sites

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Benedictine Convent of St. John St. Ulrich und St. Nikolaus
Echmiatsin and Zvartnots St Hripsime Church, Echmiatsin
Paris, Banks of the Seine Sainte-Chapelle is separated in two parts connected by a staircase : a lower chapel used by the Cité palace inhabitants, and an upper chapel used by the king and his family.
Rammelsberg and Goslar St Ulrich Chapel (Kaiserpfalz, Goslar)
Speyer Cathedral St. Emmeram und St. Katharina Chapel
Trier St Simeon (Porta Nigra)


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