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Visited the Collegiate church during our stay in Stuttgart.
The contrast between outside and inside is initially a surprise.
The outside is of an older (original)style, but I liked the 'new' style interior with wonderful stone and carvings. The light from the windows gave a...More
The style of this church is very different. From the outside it is a very traditional church but once inside it is anything but traditional. The ceiling is amazing, which was done in 2003. It was first built around 1240.
The church was partially destroyed during WW2 and it's was renovated after that. It has quite modern architecture inside that IMHO fits nicely in overall style. Sit there for a while and enjoy it. If you want to know more about history of the building,...More
At the site where the present Collegiate lies a Romanesque church was built in the twelfth and thirteenth century. According to the sources concerned, it was apparently a three-nave church. A choir in the early gothic style was added in the fourteenth century upon adoption...More
While a traditional architectural style on the outside is visible, inside is quite modern! One of the staff was able to explain some of the history behind the church and the crypt, very interesting. I am glad I bumped into this church! Worth a quick...More
This church was damaged during World War II but has been completely restored. The architecture is a composite from different ages which makes it truly unique. It's obviously a much loved church by the populace.
We were touring the Christmas Market in Schillerplatz and decided to give this church a look see. The interior is nothing special but the exterior provided a great backdrop for photos of the colorful Christmas market. This was especially so at dusk with the multi...More
Built in the early 12th century it was destroyed in 1944 during World War II. It was rebuilt in 1958. Lots of stain glass windows and much of the construction used original stone. Was a Catholic Church but changed to Evangelical. There is an admission...More