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I haven't ever seen a Basilika this beautiful and majestic. Its over a thousand years old and is a pure pleasure visiting this place. The beautiful arches, the building itself, the decorations and statues, everything is amazing about this place. I came deeply impressed with...More
One of the most amazing sights to be found in a wayside village, ever! A truly splendid rococo Abbey Church complete with saintly remains. It’s a destination on its own, but certainly worth a detour off the autobahn.
If you are within a half-hour of the Abbey Basilica, I recommend a detour to see it. I think you will not find a better example of Rococo-Baroque decoration in a church anywhere. This very large basilica is covered everywhere inside with statues and paintings....More
unique and best Baroque Church with monastry which u gona find worldwide. You wont find anything as breathtalking then this peace of history. its a shame that its not in the unesco list. Monks still life in the monastry and some of the wold best...More
The abbey church of Ottobeuren near Memmingen has some of the best Baroque and Rococo style interiors worldwide. You hardly hear anything about this church but this should not be missed when you are for example visiting Neuschwanstein castle, which is only 70 kms away.
The Benedictine abbey here is well worth a detour and it is important not to miss the Imperial Hall during your visit. The church is a Baroque extravaganza and a joy to see. There is an active monastery of Benedictine monks so expect to see...More
I read somewhere this Abbey is the best example of a Baroque church and it lived up to the hype. So much beauty in this church and such attention to little details. I had to use my telephoto lens to get some of the detail....More
We visited friends for a weekend in nearby Memmingen and they brought us to see the basilica on a wet Saturday afternoon.
it is the sheer scale of the basilica that strikes you as you approach, way beyond what you might imagine you'd find in...More