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)
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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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