The history of this Protestant Reformed parish church is a bit confusing as there are conflicting documents and lacking written information about the edification.
According to the archaeological finds, the first building is dated in the 12th century, but it was demolished and rebuilt several times through the following centuries. The current appearance derives mostly from the undertaken works in the 19th century based in Johann Georg Müller renovation project, which was executed in an altered form by Johann Christoph Kunker. The tower was demolished and rebuilt in the neo-gothic style to plans by the architect Ferdinand Stadler, the central nave was increased and equipped with an additional row of windows over the aisles and it was added new façade parts, also in neo-gothic style. Nowadays, the church is classified as a national protected building.
Project date: 15th century
9000 Sankt Gallen