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Sabiduría para la vida es la meta. Su busca es philo-sophia, trabajar juntos buscando la Sophia-Sapientia-Mahat que nos permita vivir más humanamente. Pero para lograr esta meta hay que saber aprender, es decir incorporar a la vida todo tipo de conocimientos a traves de la formación.
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History explorer site for History Teachers recommended by Educators' technology

History explorer site for History Teachers recommended by Educators' technology | INTELIGENCIA GLOBAL | Scoop.it
Free resource of educational web tools, 21st century skills, tips and tutorials on how teachers and students integrate technology into education

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Chapelle Saint-Quirin: The secrets of Luxembourg City's chapel in the rock | #Luxembourg #History #Europe

Chapelle Saint-Quirin: The secrets of Luxembourg City's chapel in the rock | #Luxembourg #History #Europe | INTELIGENCIA GLOBAL | Scoop.it
Nestled in the Pétrusse Valley, behind leafy trees and in the shadow of the Viaduct lies the Chapelle Saint-Quirin, a small chapel carved into the rocky valley wall.

There are no signs, no brochures and no plaques on site to hint at the name or history of the chapel.

But, the layers of dust and cobwebs covering pews and statues locked inside the barred door and windows let passersby know that it probably hasn’t been used for a while.

Patron saint of Luxembourg

The chapel is named after Saint Quirin of Neuss who was, from 1544 to 1666, the patron saint of Luxembourg Ville. It has been an enclosed chapel since 1355, when the outer wall was built; the bell tower and rooftop were added during restorations in the late 19th Century. Religious uses of the chapel site can be traced back much further, however, as the Luxembourg City Tourist Office claims that the site was originally used by the Romans as an early Christian sanctuary.

 

Learn more / En savoir plus / Mehr erfahren:

 

http://www.scoop.it/t/luxembourg-europe/?&tag=History

 


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Gust MEES's curator insight, October 11, 2017 9:14 AM
Nestled in the Pétrusse Valley, behind leafy trees and in the shadow of the Viaduct lies the Chapelle Saint-Quirin, a small chapel carved into the rocky valley wall.

There are no signs, no brochures and no plaques on site to hint at the name or history of the chapel.

But, the layers of dust and cobwebs covering pews and statues locked inside the barred door and windows let passersby know that it probably hasn’t been used for a while.

Patron saint of Luxembourg

The chapel is named after Saint Quirin of Neuss who was, from 1544 to 1666, the patron saint of Luxembourg Ville. It has been an enclosed chapel since 1355, when the outer wall was built; the bell tower and rooftop were added during restorations in the late 19th Century. Religious uses of the chapel site can be traced back much further, however, as the Luxembourg City Tourist Office claims that the site was originally used by the Romans as an early Christian sanctuary.

 

Learn more / En savoir plus / Mehr erfahren:

 

http://www.scoop.it/t/luxembourg-europe/?&tag=History