Saint Martin's Church
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|Church of St. Martin|
|German: St. Martinskirche Olten|
|Website||St. Martin Olten|
|Number of spires||2|
|Parish||St. Martin, Olten|
In addition to the 1876 built by the Roman Catholic parish Olten Notkirche St. Gallen architect August Hardegger built from 1908 to 1910, the large neo-Romanesque parish church. The new church has more seats than the Solothurn Cathedral. The former makeshift church was rebuilt to Pfarreireumen and Josef Hall.
The first organ was of Orgelbau Goll (Lucerne) built with 33 registers. 1932 built the organ builder Willisau AG a new organ with 49 registers, which in 1949 reorganized by the organ builder Goll and extended to 64 registers.
The present organ was of Mathis Orgelbau (Näfels) newly built 1992nd The instrument has 50 stops on three manuals and pedal. The play and Registertrakturen mechanically.
- Hanspeter Betschart: St. Martinskirche Olten. 2011.
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